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 Grease Clogs in Sink Pipes?

Answer Clogged drains in sinks are a problem and can lead to potential damage to fixtures and pipes. A grease clog is a problem that can easily be avoided simply by not pouring oils, fats and grease down ... Read More »
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My Sink Overflows and Clogs?

Sooner or later, any sink or other element of a plumbing system is going to clog. Buildups of hair, soap scum, food particles and other matter --- including the occasional stray object --- can caus... Read More »
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What can you do if your pipes freeze at the kitchen sink?

You can do the hair dryer thing.Leave the taps open so water comes out when it does and start the heating from where the pipe goes into the wall and farther in (which means opening the wall to heat... Read More »
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How do I unclog grease from a kitchen sink?

Making a Drain CleanerPour 1/2 cup of baking soda down the sink drain. Wait a few minutes, then pour 1/2 cup of vinegar down the drain. Wait for three hours.RinseTurn hot water on from the faucet... Read More »
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How to Replace Kitchen Sink Drain Pipes?

Most leaks under your kitchen sink are due to faulty drainpipes. Most sinks have standard drainpipes made of thin metal. These pipes rust as well as expand and contract, causing leaks around fittin... Read More »
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