We all have found ourselves in the awkward position of finding out that the sewer is clogged. The water starts to come out, forming a pond, while at the same time there is a bad smell. Nightmare! Fortunately, there is a solution for quick and easy treatment! Soda is your ally! Read how to DIY The Easiest Sewer Blockage with soda and it will look like a toy!
In order to be able to unclog the sewer, you must first understand what made it clogged. Every day, various papers, soaps, bristles, food scraps leave the sinks, showers and washing machines to end up in the sewer. The result is that the sewer is clogged and the water has no way out. It is a very common problem, which is often due to poor construction of the sewer, something that you can diagnose with obstructions with a camera. But next time, you will be ready to face it! Of course if you don’t want to deal with it, call Αποφράξεις Περιστέρι.
1. Use Soda and Vinegar
Initially, it would be good to put on gloves and try to remove unnecessary hairs and all other debris from the siphon. This way your sewer will be cleaned even more easily. Then pour half a cup of baking soda into the drain hole, sinks and bathtub. Then heat a little vinegar in the microwave and gradually pour it over the soda. This step must be done with special care as the combination of vinegar with soda will start to foam and will cause fumes from the plumbing. Leave the mixture to act for half an hour and immediately turn on the tap to run plenty of water. In the bathtub it will be better to put the cap to close the outlet and then fill it with water. When you pull the plug, the water pressure will be blocked.
2. Treat clogged drain with soda and salt
If the drain is clogged with various fats or greases, then the blockage of the drain should be done with soda and salt. Mix half a cup of salt with half a cup of soda and pour the mixture into the sinks. Let it act for about 20 minutes and then pour a cup of boiling water into each tube. Let it act overnight and in the morning pour plenty of water to rinse off any residue left from the mixture. Your sinks will be spotless and ready to use.
3. Prefer soda and hot water for an easy and quick preventive cleaning
Another way to block drainage is with soda and hot water. After collecting as much hair as you can using the gloves, put water in a kettle and let it boil. First pour half a cup of baking soda into the drains and then the hot water. Let the solution act for a few minutes and then add plenty of hot water. In case the pipes are not very clogged, instead of blocking the drain with soda and water, you can put the hot water alone in two doses. This is the easiest and fastest way, but it works best in slightly clogged drains or for precautionary reasons.
4. Avoid trading products
Unlike soda blockage, commercial products usually destroy piping and often fail to deliver on their promises. In addition, due to the very strong chemicals they contain, not only do they contribute to environmental pollution but if mixed with soda, the fumes will be very harmful to humans.
5. If the plug persists, use baking soda
If the drains are very clogged, instead of baking soda you can use washing soda which is a stronger cleanser. A prerequisite, however, is that you have not previously thrown any preparation of the trade. If after that the problem persists, contact Αποφράξεις Βύρωνας for an immediate solution.
6.Wire hanger for disassembly
Squeeze the end of the wire hanger to form a hook but fit the siphon. Once you put the end of the hanger on the siphon, rotate the hanger so that it starts to pick up all the hairs that are responsible for the clogged siphon and unfortunately fall unintentionally when we comb our hair.
7. Do not neglect to clean the sewer
In contrast to the blockage, with the cleaning of the drain, all the pipes and the wells are dismantled and cleaned and not only the well that was the last clogged. This way you are sure that the sewer will not be clogged soon, nor will dirty water come out which will contaminate the area. Experts recommend cleaning the sewer at least twice a year. One in spring and one in autumn, before disinfection. We hope that our tips for DIY The Easiest Sewer Blockage will help you!