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Wash basin in the bathroom. Is there something I can put in the drain
to make it drain better? TIA
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Get a small cable cleaner to go past the drain or plunge using a small sink plunger covering the drain vent in the sink with a rag Remember if you put acid down it and it plugs you get to play in acid. With 20 years past experience in a 500 unit apartment I still prefer removing the p trap and using a cable followed with hot water.
basin in the bathroom. Is there something I can put in the
drain<BR>to make it drain better? TIA<BR><BR>
Disassemble and reassemble. You need to know how to do this in case you
drop a ring or ear ring or something else in there. Some times it's as
simple as a Q Tip that has caught a lot of hair. In any case, it's
something that every homeowner should know how to do, and will save you $$$
by not having to call a plumber.
One of those little attachments you put on the end of a garden hose that
give it a blast of water works pretty good, too, if you don't find anything
in the trap. Cost, less than ten bucks.
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