How to Avoid Bathroom Sink Clogs

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You can avoid bathroom sink clogs by avoiding excess makeups, soap scum and other things of that nature. Avoid bathroom sink clogs with help from the president and owner of Source Development Inc. in this free video clip.

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Hi, this is Nicholas Larocci, the home source guy. President and owner of Source Development, Inc, a residential and commercial construction company in Garnerville, New York. And this is how to avoid bathroom sink clogs. Essentially you get clogs in your drain pipes from normal usage. But you want to avoid having hair fall down the drain obviously. You want to avoid excess makeups, excess you know soap scum buildups. Basically try to clean your stoppers as often as possible. There's a rod attached to your stopper in the back of the sink. You might want to pull out the rod and pull up the stopper and unclog or disentangle the hair that's probably clogged around there. You'll notice that your water starts trickling down the drain slower and slower. so that's usually an indication that you are starting to get a clog. I would avoid at all costs chemicals if you can. It's very easy route to take, people just think they pour the chemical down the drain but it gets into our water system. And it also, it's also caustic. It you know it wears your pipes away if you have metal pipes and stuff like that so. You want to try to avoid it. Another last thing that you can do is remove the sink trap to cause that most often is where you would find the clog. So you loosen up the retention nuts and drop the trap into a bucket that you store underneath it. And this was how to avoid clogs in a bathroom sink. This is Nicholas Larocci, the home source guy. President and owner of Source Development, Inc., a residential and commercial construction company in Garnerville, New York. Helping you build a better life. Reach out to me at Facebook at the home source guy. We'll see you next time.

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