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How to Get Back Your Kitchen Sink Running Fast Again

When you have several dishes to wash and kids to watch out for, having a clogged kitchen sink adds to the stress. Especially for those single moms out there, it is not easy to deal with this issue especially if you are not a handy person and you do not have the right tools to get the problem right. You will for sure be very annoyed when the stinking water in the sink won’t drain even leaving it for some time. You could be in a situation when even with the advice of some friends and families, still you are not successful with the problem. And so, it might help you to know some of the tips to follow in order to get your sink back up and running very quickly.

Our first recommendation is as easy as calling a plumber. In order to make things easy for you and less stressful, do not solve the problem yourself but instead call a plumber in your area and let the person do the job. Finding good plumbers is easy, and you can do this by looking at various lists in your area. The cost of hiring a plumber is not that expensive and so this should be within your budget.

Even before calling a plumber, you might want to try the very simple tool called a plunger and see if it can solve the clogged up sink, and so this is our second advice. This is a very cheap tool that you can buy in most stores and so it is good to have this handy around the house. Position the plunger in a way that it covers the drain hole completely, then work it up and down in fast motion so that the suction effect will loosen up the cloggings.

Next tip is to remove the pipe and clean it. You can unfasten the pipe located under the sink, have ready a pail to catch the water that will come out, before your remove the pipe. Another tool is a wire hanger that can be used to work through the piping, and just check out first to make sure that no obstructions are present. In situations when even with these simple tools there is still a clog up, then the problem could be in the wall or below your building, which in this case you have to use a drain snake or an auger. This tool is also readily available in stores that you can buy, or if not, have your plumber bring it and use it to solve your problem if need be.

Actually, the best way to avoid this problem is to have a reliable garbage disposal under your sink in the first place. This way, your large food items will be grounded down and clogging will be avoided as it goes down the pipe.