as a landlord myself, i feel your landlord's pain. please stop
doing whatever you're doing to plug things up. then she'll be
in the meantime, don't be scraping the porcelain. just go to
home depot and get some real good "Drain Opener".
as long as there is some water going thru, this'll open
it up. maybe ask your landlord to cough up 10 bucks
a month so you can put some down every week.
that's what i ask my tenants to do. as soon as the
sink or tub or toilet slow down, shoot some of the
drain opener down. and they let me know when
they run out.
If this is a regular occurence and you are not doing anything silly to
cause it, it is a problem that need s to be fixed properly. This IS
your landlords responsibility. It is a health risk. It needs to be
fixed for all time, not just a temporary thing till next time. Tell
your landlord that her plumbing is not working and that she needs to
fix it NOW. As a rent paying (and I will assume an up to date )
tenant, you have a perfect right to insist on this being fixed.
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