I recently had a clogged Kitchen sink. We are on septic, perhaps that is why we don’t have a garbage disposal. I try diligently not to allow anything beyond water down the sink. In fact, even coffee grounds are a no, no. I purchased smaller sink strainers to assist me in this endeavor. Despite my efforts, it became clogged.
Bear with me, there is a reason I am talking about:
for Kitchen Sink
I tried natural methods over Draino to unclog the sink, again because of the septic tank. I tried the vinegar, baking soda, boiling water trick I learned from Pinterest. I’m sorry to say that these methods did not do the trick! I tried the methods multiple times over the span of a few days, sometimes more than once a day.
Now let me say, I think that the natural methods are GREAT for daily or weekly upkeep, and I will continue to use them as a proactive measure. However, the only method that quickly and efficiently worked on my sink was this:
It worked like magic! I like that it’s small and compact. I can store it under the kitchen sink. I can also easily use it on bathroom sinks or in shower stalls. I wish I’d done this sooner!
This post is Day 12 in a series called 31 Days of Methods In Madness. To read all the articles click here.
P.S. What’s Your Go-To Method For Unclogging A Sink?