You walk into your bathroom and you finish using the toilet normally, but when you flush it you hear a gurgling noise coming from your sink?
What could be the cause of this new sound?
The first couple of times you hear this noise you might not think much of it, but if you ignore it for a while it can become very troublesome.
After a while, you will notice that water is draining slower and slower. Other than that, gases from the sewer, like methane and hydrogen sulfate can enter your home and cause issues like sinus infections. Besides, the smell emitting from these gases is something you will definitely want to avoid, especially it spreading outside the bathroom to the rest of your home.
Like with every problem that comes from clogged sinks and pipes, the solutions for this one are pretty easy if you follow the instructions. This particular problem is not harder to solve than any other, and you won’t have to spend a lot of money to do it yourself. Let’s take a look at how to do it.Continue reading
Piping systems can be complicated for the majority of people, especially if you don’t have any experience with plumbing. Drain problems can cause a lot of trouble, including messy kitchens and bathrooms, which can cause bad smell in the entire house.
While everyone easily notices when pipes in their home are clogged, different drain problems can occur without you noticing it right away. Or you might know there’s a problem, but you don’t know which one or how to fix it.
One of the most common problems is the gurgling sound the bathtub or sink make every time you flush the toilet. There are multiple reasons for this, similarly there are many solutions. In this post, I’ll talk about the most frequent ones and offer a few solutions for fixing the problem yourself.
However, if the problem is more serious and the tips that I’m about to mention can’t fix it, you should consider calling a plumber. Now let’s talk about the most common causes of gurgling drains in your home.Continue reading
Having a clogged bathroom sink can be a bit difficult position because it often requires a lot of time and possibly money if it comes to calling the plumber to deal with the problem.
Well, you don’t want to spend money on a plumber and think you can unclog your bathroom sink by yourself, then you are completely right! It just requires a bit of work, but it can be done without any problems.
Today I am going to show you what is the best home remedy to unclog bathroom sink. There are several possible solutions to this dreadful problem, and I will list some of the most effective ones, so stick with me and let’s begin!Continue reading
Since drains can clog several times during a year, almost everyone wants to avoid calling a plumber and needs something that will clean the pipes quickly and thoroughly. In this post, I will discuss and compare two of the most popular and most used products that will effectively clean the pipes in your home and save you the trouble and stress.
I will write about Drano and Liquid-Plumr, compare them and talk about similarities, differences, precaution measures, and every detail you should know about both of these products, in order to help you decide which one would be the best purchase for the clogged drains in your kitchen or bathroom.Continue reading
If you still haven’t experienced having your feet completely submerged in water that you’ve just used to wash away all the dirt and sweat from your body, you surely will at some point in the future!
Considering all the hair and soap grease that pass through the pipes on a daily basis – clogs don’t come as a surprise; actually, they are somewhat inexorable, especially if you don’t maintain your drains! Therefore, brace yourself for this utterly unpleasant occurrence with these useful tips!
Upon noticing that your bathtub is clogged, it’s important to observe the water lingering in it heedfully so as to determine whether it is oozing away slowly or remaining in the tub.
Furthermore, bear in mind that the efficiency of clog removers also depends on the nature of the chunk itself, namely whether it is made of soap residue, hair, other types of dirt or a combination of all those things!Continue reading
Most of us have experienced that horrible feeling when you flush your toilet and instead of it flushing nicely, it gets clogged.
Sometimes it can also cause flooding, which only adds to our frustration, because then we have to either call a plumber or unclog the toilet ourselves and clean the entire toilet, because of all the mess that had happened.
When we do not have money for a plumber, we tend to try to resolve this issue alone, and the most common way to do it is to unclog the toilet drain with a plunger tool or some drain snake.
But, since it requires some time and things tend to get messy when this type of work is done, first we usually try to unclog the toilet by pouring certain materials into it and hope that it will work out nicely.
Well, we are here today to teach you what you could pour down a toilet in order to unclog it, what are the most common household items you could use for this and if that doesn’t do the trick, what is the best chemical alternative to the homemade remedies.
So, stick with us and let us begin!Continue reading
If you have ever experienced that unpleasant moment when your toilet gets clogged because of hard poop, then you know the pain of dealing with it.
This problem can cause some very annoying and extremely unpleasant situations. Clogged toilet tends to even cause flooding in your bathroom, which could be very bad if you don’t work a lot or if you have a very big bathroom, so it would take you a long time to clean everything by yourself.
Apart from that, of course, there is one more downside to this entire situation, and that is the fact that if you didn’t manage to fix the problem alone, you would have to call a plumber, and that, of course, requires a lot of money if the flooding problem is huge.
However, don’t be afraid just yet, there is still hope for you. Luckily, you could fix this problem yourself, by either using some very simple tools used for unblocking the drains, such as a plunger or a drain snake.
But, if you prefer not to do all the physical work required, or if you simply don’t have enough time to do it, you can try a couple of other solutions we will list below.
So, strap in and let’s get on with this list, shall we?
Cleaning blocked pipes really is quite a nasty job. But you cannot just leave it be, as it can easily turn into a disaster.
You have tried many chemicals, but still, it seems like something’s missing. You somehow want to avoid calling the plumber, but are not actually sure what to do.
Then you start looking for some DIY solutions and suddenly you find out that you can actually use some ingredients that you never believe could work with this. For example, some people claim you can unclog drain with baking soda and salt.
Perhaps the initial impression may be scepticism, but still, curiosity seems to be stepping in and you decide to investigate a bit on this interesting suggestion. For that reason, I did a brief research and here’s what I discovered!Continue reading
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you were having a nice warm shower and then your tub drain got jammed and dirty water didn’t go away?
Or when you had a lot of dishes to do, but you just couldn’t because the sink drain was clogged?
Yes, all of this can sometimes be very frustrating, because you would have to spend the money on repairs instead spending it on something far more enjoyable.
Well, fear not! We are here to present you some of the ways, which you can personally use to deal with a clogged drain.Continue reading
Maybe you and your family are already used to the fact that it takes more than one flush for you to leave the toilet, but you can’t fail to notice how uncomfortable your guests feel after spending a long time of period in the toilet and wondering if it’s their mistake that the toilet tank is not working.
It is even worse if you are still not used to it and just can’t come round to the fact that your toilet flush pressure is weaker than your nerves when it comes to this issue.
No matter which case it is, we all know how frustrating it can be, especially if we don’t do something about it. Instead of hiring an expert to solve this problem, you can become one yourself and fix the toilet flush pressure in no time. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to do it.Continue reading