Sink Slow Drain: What To Use for a Partial Clog Sink Slow Drain: What To Use for a Partial Clog

If you are witnessing a slow drain sink early in the morning as the whole family awaits their turn for the bathroom, read on. Bathroom sinks tend to get partially clogged over time. It can be due to particles in water that get accumulated in the drain, toothpaste, gel, and other products that harden over time. There are a few easy techniques you can apply to save you from the daily morning blues.

Hot Water

Hot Water

The first thing you should try in the case of a partially clogged drain is to pour hot water into it. Filling the sink up with hot water first and then letting the water slowly sink can help unclog a sink slow drain.

Manual Cleaning

Hot Water

If hot water does not seem to solve the problem of the slow sink drain, you will have to remove the drain cover for a close look. Look for any items or particles that may be visibly partially blocking the drain. Hair can accumulate in drains over time. If you spot hair, remove the hair using appropriate tools.  

Drain Cleaning Products

Hot Water

If you want to steer clear of hot water and closer inspections that could prove disgusting to some, invest in a drain cleaning product. There are loads of products in the market to help clean slow sink drains for easy sinking of water. They are usually effective on first use.

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