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Keep the Clogs Out of Your Kitchen Sinks

By:Robin Reckard


One day last week my kitchen sink got clogged, while frustrating I didn't think it was going to be a big deal.



I just grabbed the Liquid Plumber I had bought for just such an occasion, and then presto. Nothing.



So we head off to Wal-Mart, my daughter in her jammies since she was just about to go to bed. I found the Draino, my daughter suggested to get two just in case and after the Liquid Plumber hadn't worked I though maybe I better.



Tried it and it didn't work, so then I decided to let it really have some time to work over night. Still in the morning a clog.



So I call a plumber and he had the clog fixed in no time, and he gave me a bit of advice that I am going to be using now.



He told me once a week to fill up both my sinks and then let the water out on both at the same time. He said the cyclonic action of the water would continue all the way through my pipes and keep me from having a clog.



He said as long as you don't put a lot of grease down your drain you should never have a clog.



So I thought I would share this tip with all of you. I figure it doesn't cost anything and takes less than 5 minutes so why not.



Another tip someone else had given me that I forgot to ask the plumber about is to take a can of salt every month and flush it down your toilet. They told me it would keep tree roots from growing toward your pipes. So since I have trees in my backyard I salt the toilet once a month too.



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Robin Reckard, co-founder of Jorbins.com Lifestyle Magazine - www.jorbins.com/ keeps busy producing, writing, and editing for the magazine as well as raising and enjoying her six year old daughter.

Visit Jorbins Home Improvement and Decorating Section to read more great articles about Home Improvement and Home Decorating. Stop by the Kitchen Design Ideas area for great kitchen remodeling advice as well.

Copyright 2006, Jorbins Inc. - Reprints of this article can be made as long as the article is in it's entirety, unchanged, and the resource box with links and urls remain unchanged.






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