Don't Pour that Down the Drain!

When it comes to keeping our drains clean, we have to be more mindful of what we are actually pouring down the drain. The kitchen, bathroom sinks and toilets of the world drain a lot more than just water. And you would be surprised at what some people think they can put down the drain. Every day plumbing professionals must handle hair, soap, grease, food waste and a lot more. It is no surprise why our sinks tend to get clogged or backed up, which leads to drain issues. That is why it is so important to watch what you pour down the drain. However, no matter how careful you are, your drains may begin to clog up and slow down.

As a rule of thumb, here are a few items you don’t want to put down the drain courtesy of Care2.com:

Fats, oils or grease from cars or lawnmowers

Coffee grinds

Egg shells

Produce stickers

Chunks of garbage

Feminine hygiene products

Paper towels

Flushable cat litter

Rags

Motor oil, transmission fluids, anti-freeze or other toxic chemicals

Solvents, paints, turpentine, nail polish, polish remover

Flammable or explosive substances

Corrosive substances that are either acidic or caustic

Prescription and over-the-counter medications

Categories: Drain Maintenance

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