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It is frustrating when you have clogged
pipes. You wash your hands, and the
water level keeps on rising.
You use your toilet, but you need to
flush it multiple times. You're standing
in water (almost to the top of your
ankle) when you take a shower. All of
these cause inconvenience to the whole
You can start by using Google’s
incredible power to give you several
options on how to unclog a drain pipe,
and it will provide you with
immediate answers in just seconds.
Yes, home remedies are available and
within your reach, but you should
know when to call a reputable and
trusted plumbing service in town.
At one point in time, your pipes will
inevitably become clogged. Imagine the
amount of food particles, soap,
shampoo, grease, and oil that go down
your drain every day. Any pipe will clog
if you do not clean it regularly.
As a homeowner, it is normal to keep a
handbook of the basic things you need
to do, just like dealing with these
stubborn clogged pipes. Here are some
basic tricks you can try at home to clean
drain pipes to give you an idea.
Pour hot water, followed by
baking soda and vinegar (these
have to be in equal parts), wait for
about 20 minutes, and again,
pour hot water.
Put about half a cup of salt, pour
hot water, wait for 20 minutes,
and another round of hot water.
Use a tool like a plunger. If it
didn’t work, use a cable auger.
While you can do your research and
follow these tricks for an immediate
(however temporary) fix, professionals
still recommend getting in touch with
an expert to get things done the right
way. Remember, you do not know what
is happening down there, and you can’t
keep on guessing what to do.
If these methods fail, they can cause
more damage to the pipes. More
damage means costly repairs.
Who would want an emergency
outbreak coupled with an out-of-
pocket payment, right? This job takes
When you need a regular cleaning job
or when an emergency pipe fix is