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Some Easy and Fast Guidelines When Your Kitchen Sink Does Not Drain

It is not fun to have a clogged kitchen sink especially you have plenty of dishes to wash yet plus kids that need to take care of and feed. Especially for those single moms out there, it is not easy to deal with this issue especially if you are not a handy person and you do not have the right tools to get the problem right. Stinking water in the sink that won’t drain even being left for some time can be very frustrating. You can get suggestions from families and friends but sometimes with no success. So let us offer you some of the things to do to get your sink back in running again fast.

Our first recommendation is as easy as calling a plumber. This means, instead of being problematic about it, to avoid stress on your part and make things easier, you contact a local plumber to do the job. It is easy to find good plumbers, and this you can do by searching on your directory or other means of listings. The cost of hiring a plumber is not that expensive and so this should be within your budget.

Our next tip is that you use a plunger, and this you can try even before calling a plumber and see if it works. This tool is readily available in any store at a very affordable price, and so it is advisable to have this ready in your house. In using the plunger, try to get it cover the drain hole completely, then work it up and down in quick motion so that the clog will loosen up with its suction effect.

Our next guideline is that you remove the pipe and clean it. Below the sink is the pipe and you can unfasten it, place a bucket below to catch the water that comes out, then remove the pipe. A wire hanger can also be used to work through the piping and just see to it that no obstructions are present in the pipe. In case still you cannot fix the problem, it is most likely that the clog up is happening in the wall or below your house, of which in this case it is advisable to use a drain snake or an auger. This tool is also readily available in stores that you can buy, or if not, have your plumber bring it and use it to solve your problem if need be.

Actually, the best way to avoid this problem is to have a reliable garbage disposal under your sink in the first place. The large particles of food will be grounded first before it goes down the pipe, and this will minimize the probability of a clogged sink in your kitchen.