Do you need the service of a professional local plumber. If that’s the case then you most likely have some plumbing questions that you need answered. The good news is this blog post is a cornucopia of plumbing questions and answers. You can consult this blog post any time you have a plumbing question. Then when you do make an appointment with a plumber you’ll be informed and can make wise choices concerning your plumbing.
The Most Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions and Answers
Why does my dishwasher smell to the high heavens when I run a load of dishes?
A dishwasher will smell of rotten eggs or sewage if the pipes that feed into are badly clogged. The best thing for you to do in this case is to call a plumber and have them take a look at your plumbing. If it truly has smells like sewage it’s past the point when you can unclog it on your own.
Is it ok to dispose of cooking oil by pouring it down my sink?
It’s never a good idea to pour used cooking oil down your sink, because eventually your plumbing will become very clogged. In fact, it can get to the point where you can’t even use your sink if you keep on doing that. The best way to dispose of used cooking oil is to pour it in to a coffee tin and throw it in the garbage. However, certain cities have specific ways to dispose of cooking oil, so give them a call before you throw it in the garbage.
My kitchen sink is taking a long time to drain. What should I do?
It sounds like your drains have accumulated some kind of buildup. The good news it’s easy to take care of. Simply pour a cup of baking soda down your drain, followed by a cup of white vinegar. Wait 10 minutes then repeat the process again. This should clear your kitchen sink and it should proceed to drain quickly. You can also use this method for any drains in your home, including your bathroom sink and shower.
Is there a natural way to deodorize my kitchen sink?
Yes, you can deodorize your sink naturally and you most likely have the ingredients in your kitchen cupboard. When you’re done doing dishes sprinkle your sink with baking soda. Let that sit for 5 minutes and then rinse it away. If you keep that up every day your sink will have no odors.
Is there a way to keep fruit flies out of my kitchen sink?
Yes there is and you’ll need some household bleach to do it. Simply pour half a cup of bleach diluted into a gallon of water down your kitchen drain. That should be the last time you see fruit flies in your kitchen.
How can I keep my garbage disposal from clogging?
If you want to prevent your garbage disposal from clogging then don’t put fish bones, stringy vegetables, or starchy food into it.
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