Clogged drains are the most common plumbing problems that homeowners experience. Usually, homeowners encounter a problem where water doesn’t drain quickly when it rains down your bathroom or kitchen sink.
Homeowners will strive to extract these clogs as soon as they find them, because they take a lot of time to do so.
To do so, there are simple ways or tips that a homeowner can do on his own to solve these home plumbing hassles.
One way that you can do in order to remove clogs is by the use of a plunger.
To use a plunger, you should fill your tub or sink with little water, then put the plunger over the drain opening. Make sure the rubber lip is flush with the surface.
Do a quick up-and-down movement to make pressure and suction to dislodge the clog in the pipe. Once the clog is cleaned, water will run freely down the drain and through the pipes. Stubborn clogs may need to be plunged a lot more times.
To know more about some other tips that will help you solve your home’s plumbing problems, see this infographic by Mr. Rooter.