When you get a clog in your kitchen sink, shower, or drain, it needs to be cleaned immediately to avoid various risk factors. Clogged drain creates signs. If you notice such signs in your home, they need to be cleaned immediately without delay.
The major reason for a clog in the shower drain is hair; in the kitchen, it is because of food debris. The Clogged drain creates some signs that help identify that your home requires clogged cleaning. The signs are
- Delay or excess time is taken for water drain in the shower, bathtub, sink, and other areas
- Funky odor in your home that you can’t track out
- Running the garbage disposal has no effect on your kitchen sink when it is filled with debris
- Flush on your toiler won’t work properly
How to clean the clog?
If you have identified the clogged area, you can clean it on your own. You can remove the clog that is visible on the surface and is easily accessible. Easily visible clogs won’t need a professional or any additional equipment to remove them. You can do it on your own. If you can’t figure out the clog, then you need to hire a professional to remove the clog. They contain all the required equipment for the identification and removal processes.
Most plumbers use a drain snake to identify the clog. It is a retractable, flexible drilling tool that works by sending a metal wire into your drain system to identify and break up the clog in the drain system. They use it to identify and clean it after use; it is necessary to clean the equipment after usage.
Professional use plunger on your clogged toilets, kitchen sinks, and other areas to suck the trust by sealing the drain opening helps to break the clog and let the water flow away. If the clog is not removed in the process, it will remain in your drainer area. Loosen the nuts on both sides of the pipe with the drainer trap. Place a bucket to collect the runoff and check for a clog in the pipe. Reattach the pipe when the clogs are completely removed.