ASSUMING your not a troll
Garbage disposals chop the stuff up. Removing the material is a function of
the volume/pressure of the water and the size of the drain. I have seen 5 hp
commercial units with 4 inch drains that I am pretty sure would grind
anything that would go through the opening. Home units generally do not have
the drain slope nor the volume of water that commercial units do.
Fibrous plants, celery, and lettuce are good bets to keep out of the
disposal. My ex wife had the ability of clogging the one we had every week.
I finally had enough and took it out. Took another 3 weeks for her to
figure that one out. Ahhh 3 weeks of plumbing bliss.
I have not lead a sheltered life, I have never heard of a corn seal. A corn
husk would be a definite no for most home garbage disposals.
I have a plumber friend that loves garbage disposals and the service calls
they generate. He does not have one in his home
This is Turtle.
If a gargage disposal was a great answer for getting rid of trash from the
kitchen , you could get a gargage disposial and just cancel your garbage truck
pick every week by the city. You can just grind up everything , paper bags,
plastic cups, beer cans, broken china plates, and all the '' veggey cans '' you
open during the year.
This is Turtle.
I think a Plumber invented the Garbage disposial because of job security and
always having a job.
What don't Go there !
If you got to grind it up to make it go down the drain, it don't belong there.
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