If you're trying to drain your sink but nothing seems to be disappearing, chances are it's clogged.
Occasional clogs in the sink, tub, or shower drains are a fact of life. They are usually caused by localized clogs in the drain trap or branch drain for a single fixture.
Most clogs in sinks and tubs are due to a combination of hair, grease, soap residue, and tepid water that are trapped in the drain trap right below the drain opening.
Most clogs ultimately get cleared with proper plunging, but before you call out a plumber, there are a number of alternative methods of unclogging that are extremely easy and, best of all, inexpensive.
The solution you need to get your pipes flowing again may already be in your cabinets. Many of these drain unclogging techniques can be applied to other drains as well.
The following methods are tried-and-true and none of them contain abrasive, poisonous chemicals.
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