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Galvanized pipes are weaker than others, so it’s not a good idea to use a drain snake. Galvanized pipes inevitably rust because they are only coated with steel, and once that steel is gone, the iron piping underneath rusts. The snake can further cause the coating and/or the piping and make the clog even worse! Your best bet is to use a different material for your pipes.

Try running hot water down the drain. If the clog remains, use a plunger and try to plug up any airflow around the

You should always keep a plunger handy in case of clogged pipes!

drain. If this doesn’t work, use an eco-friendly drain opener. If this gets rid of your clog, run your hot water down the drain for about 10 minutes to get rid of any leftover drain cleaner.