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post #1 of Old 02-20-2014, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
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Tip to maintain blockage free sink of your kitchen

According to me,Use Hydra Grease-Eater Liquid, a bio chemical solution to treat blocked sink or pipelines. It digests grease, oil and solid wastes and make the proper flow of water into the pipelines..
For more details, visit:- hydra-bio.com

What is your tip to make your sink free from blockages???
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post #2 of Old 02-20-2014, 03:13 AM
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Sinks are the workhorses of your kitchen and bathrooms; they see a lot of action, so keeping them clean should be high on your list of home maintenance chores...
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Food particles are the number one cause of kitchen sink blockages, followed by grease. Pour boiling hot water and a generous squirt of bleach down the plughole. Run the faucet.
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post #4 of Old 03-22-2015, 07:08 PM
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Pro tip, never poor grease down your drain.
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In most cases, a drain becomes blocked when large items get stuck in the strainer or begin to clog up the drainage pipe. These items then rot and bacteria breeds, releasing the nasty smell.
Every family understands the importance of keeping the kitchen and bathroom sinks clean and tidy.

To maintain blockage free sink of your kitchen.

1. Natural Drain Cleaners.
2. Chemical Drain Cleaners.
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I'd rather stay away from grease and chemical drain cleaners to preserve the pipeline. Hot and then cold water usually does the trick.
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Just be careful no food particles enter the drain and clean the sink regularly. As a prevention you can use baking soda and vinegar.
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We live high in the air so we pour what we want down the sink, it would have to back up the entire city before it gets to us. lol I do feel sorry for the people on the first floor though.
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We live high in the air so we pour what we want down the sink, it would have to back up the entire city before it gets to us. lol I do feel sorry for the people on the first floor though.
Stahp! Don't to it!

@OP pipelines are one of the few things that you want to get wrecked in a house. It will cost you a lot of money etc. etc. If you keep on getting the same problem, I highly recommend getting an electric shredder for your sink.
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Samantha was pouring grease down the sink from bacon last night and I told her about this thread. lol She agreed, that she feels sorry for the people on the 1st floor.
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Here are some keep your sink away from blockage:

> Avoid throwing food particles in the sink assuming that you can remove it later. Certain particles like tea leaves just clog inside the sink and get deposited in the S-bend of the sink

> Baking soda + salt works well in maintaining sink from blockages. Try to avoid harsh chemicals. Besides, other green-way cleaning products are advisable.

> Give your kitchen a regular check up done by cleaning agencies to find out if there are deposits inside the sink pipe and get rid of it.
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There are some cleaners are available in the market which really works for it.
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My tip is we must fall some amount of acid in the sink in the night before sleeping!
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Hi Cathy,
I second to what you suggest. Ideas shared by you are very effective. First I would say, donít treat your drains like a garbage container. It is necessary to clean and remove waste from the strainer on the regular basis to maintain its functionality. Use natural products like baking soda and flush it down the drain with the hot water. This will help in the removal of unwanted surplus from the drain pipes.Keep sharing.

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What are good ways to discard grease? In the trash? Special containers?
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What is the difference between Natural Drain Cleaners and Chemical Drain Cleaners?
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Food particles are the number one cause of kitchen sink blockages, followed by grease. Pour boiling hot water and a generous squirt of bleach down the plughole. Run the faucet.

I agree. This is the most economical solution for both kitchen and bathroom sinks.
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What is the difference between Natural Drain Cleaners and Chemical Drain Cleaners?
Natural drain cleaners are biodegradable, chemical-free and environmentally friendly. This means they wonít damage your pipes or your skin when you use them. Enzymatic cleaners use natural enzymes to eat away at bacteria living in your pipes, but donít eat away at the actual pipe like a chemical cleaner.

Chemical drain cleaners use sodium hydroxide or sulfuric acid. These chemicals are corrosive to organic materials and many metals. A chemical cleaner may clear a clog quicker than a natural cleaner but may also deteriorate PVC, galvanized steel, copper, iron pipes and fixtures, burn through clothes, and irritate the skin.
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