DIY Drain Clogs: Best Methods You Need To Know
Have you ever had a problem running water down your bathroom or kitchen sink, but it didn’t drain easily, leaving your sink full of dirty water? Clogged drains are the most common plumbing problems that homeowners experience.
Homeowners will seek to remove these clogs as soon as they find them, because these require a lot of time.
There are easy forms or tips for doing this that a homeowner can do on his own to overcome these plumbing hassles at home.
First is by the technique of the hot water. Some of the best DIY techniques for removing the debris for clogs in the center of a drain opening is by pouring hot water down the pipe.
Extract as much water from the tub as possible while heating a pot of water. Then, dump the entire water container into the shower, and wait.
If the water is in the drain, and the clog is not moving, allow the water time to cool down, and clear it to try again. With this approach it can take many times to push the clog but this typically works on several forms of clogs.
Learn more through reading this infographic by Mr. Rooter Plumbing.