Easy Ways to Unclog Your Drains

Everybody freaks out when they notice a sink or a drainage system taking longer to draw off the water. If not rectified, the water may start pooling around the area. In no time, an unpleasant odour will fill the air. That is the first indicator of a clogged drainage system.

After a while, the entire system may be completely blocked and the mess may appear too difficult to repair. However, with the following simple ways, you can unclog your blocked sewer drains.

Boiling Water— It can’t get easier than this. Just boiling enough water and draining it slowly through the clogged drainage can help. By leaving the hot water in the drainage, it can work magic for you. After the first success, it can be a good practice to repeat this process to loosen any building blockages that may later block your drain.

Mixing Baking Soda and Vinegar— Mix a ¼ cup of baking soda and ¼ cup of vinegar in a measuring cup. Violent fizzing will occur immediately and you should not let the action end in the cup. Waste no time; pour it down on the clogged drainage. The fizzing helps remove any solid matter, such as hair and grime that has accumulated over time inside the draining pump. Within a brief time, your drainage system will get back in action again. It will do no harm if a larger amount of baking soda and vinegar are used especially if a larger system is clogging.

Wet and Dry Vacuum— Before applying any pressure to the drain, create a tight seal over the drain. This will prevent you from any mess such as reverse waste movement. When everything is ok, tune the vacuum to the highest power depending on the level of blocking to make sure all the clogged materials are pulled up to the vacuum. All the ventilation of the pipe should be covered to maintain the pressure applied by the vacuum.

For a complex problem in regards to your plumbing system, it is always best to contact the blocked drains services from Sydney Basin Plumbing. They have the proper method and equipment to fix this issues. Contact the team now to prevent a great damage.

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