Keep Your Toilet Free of Clogs

Published On April 6, 2019 | By Donnald Peris | Home Improvement

If your toilet is clogged, you probably have been flushing items that have no business in your toilet. You see, your toilet is easily clogged. If you consistently misuse your toilet, you’ll create a clog that’s very hard to get rid off. Make it easy for yourself and put your bathroom garbage in a garbage can. This will prevent the majority of toilet clogs in your home. Your rule of thumb should be if it can go in the garbage, put it in the garbage. If it’s toilet paper or bodily waste products, flush it down the toilet. Once you start doing that you’ll be amazed at how less often your toilet gets clogged. You’ll save a lot time and money, because you won’t need to call your local plumber as often. Now, if your toilet does clog up, try pouring a bucket of hot water in it. If that and plunging doesn’t help, make an appointment for plumbing repair says . Let your plumbing repairman know what you’ve been flushing down your toilet, as this will help him assess the situation.

Keep Your Sinks Free of Clogs

No one wants to realize their kitchen sink is clogged when they are just about to begin cooking dinner or putting on their morning coffee. It’s often not an easy as easy as plunging it and everything is back to normal in a few minutes. That’s because in most cases your sink is clogged because you’ve been pouring grease or cooking oil down your sink. A plunger is not going to fix that. You’ll most likely need to call your plumber in that situation.

Prevention Is Essential As Well

Preventing plumbing problems is important for the overall longevity of your plumbing system. It’s very easy to do and will be most effective if you are consistent. We suggest placing drain covers in all of your sinks. We also suggest rinsing your drains with boiling water once a week.

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