It’s early in the morning and you go to brush your teeth, only to find that there is still a pool of water left in your bathroom sink from the night before. Or, you try to do dishes only to end up with a clogged drain that’s making it difficult to get your dishes all the way clean. If you’ve ever been in one of these situations, you probably know that clogged drains are a pain. To avoid the hassle of a clogged drain:
- Never dump cooking grease down your kitchen sink. Instead, save it in an old can or container until it hardens and then throw it in the trash.
- Put coffee grounds into your garbage can or add them to your mulch pile—never put them down the sink drain or flush them down the toilet.
- If you have a problem with hair getting down into your bathroom sink drain or shower, put a sink grate over it.
- Let hot water run down your drain for a minute following every use.
However, even with the most meticulous care, you will probably run into a clogged drain at some point during your career as a homeowner. To get a mildly clogged drain back in working order, try throwing some baking soda down the drain and then following it with a pot of boiling water.
If this doesn’t get rid of the problem, you may have a serious clog on your hands. Call your septic company to find out if the reason your drains aren’t draining has something to do with a septic system issue.
Got a clogged drain in Brandon FL? Contact us at Brandon Septic. We have over 30 years of experience in the business and would be glad to answer any questions you may have. Call us today to schedule an appointment.