How To Unclog A Sink Using Just 2 Natural Ingredients

  


How to De-clog a Sink


The kitchen sink in my house, specifically its waste disposal and drain, is notoriously finicky. A more fitting term would be to brand it as a high-maintenance drama queen! I've had a few run-ins with clogged pipes over time, so now I tread carefully about what goes down there. Items like rice, eggshell fragments, vegetable peels are all off-limits.


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A couple of years back, when I was less aware of the temperamental nature of our drain, I unwisely decided to dispose of numerous leftover cilantro stalks via the garbage disposal. (Yes, I acknowledge that was a blunder!) Predictably, the garbage disposal seemed to be functioning but the water simply refused to drain. It seemed like it was enjoying taunting me!


Luckily, my spouse was not at home during this episode. I could almost hear his admonitions had he discovered this mishap. So, in a desperate bid to bypass his reprimanding lecture, I decided to experiment with a technique I had stumbled upon on the internet to unclog a sink.


To my relief, it worked marvelously! I managed to evade both the crisis and the lecture that day. The effectiveness of this method can be attributed to the effervescing, declogging reaction that happens between vinegar and baking soda. This fizzy reaction helps to break down any clog in your pipes, and a subsequent flush with hot water washes away the obstruction. The outcome is a free-flowing drain and a sigh of relief!




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