Clogged drains are nothing to mess with find out this here. It can be pretty frustrating to flush the toilet only to see its contents rising instead of sinking. And standing in the shower, with the drain open, yet feeling the water slowly start to rise to your ankles is annoying, to say the least. Avoiding these hassles is not actually that difficult– maintaining a clean drain is not a pain! Here are a couple of tips to help you.
- Avoid the ‘cloggers’– Grease, coffee grounds, soap scum, and hair are some of the biggest foes for drains. Take measures to keep a clean drain if at all possible. Pour your extra cooking grease into a canand throw it in the trash instead of down the drain. Put your coffee grounds in your compost pile. Make sure you have a drain cover to reduce soap scum and stop hair, and then clean the drain cover frequently so things don’t slip by.
- Be proactive with cleaners– You don’t need to use harsh chemical cleaners to get a clean drain. Try pouring scalding water and vinegar down your drain monthly to help keep the clean drain flowing. Baking soda is also a good option and can be poured down with water or vinegar as well. Don’t wait till the drain is clogged to think about cleaning.
- Call a professional- Even the most cared-for drains can still get clogs. So before that happens, consider calling Sam here at Brandon Septic. He can help you maintain a clean drain by offering you advice on how to do so and checking the current status of your drains. If the problem is so advanced that you require septic pumping, you are in luck! For a limited time only, we are offering a special internet offer for septic pumping at the low price of $225. Call us today at Brandon Septic for more information.