Drains

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Why Pour Salt Down the Drain?

It’s not uncommon to come across the advice of using salt in homemade cleaning solutions. You may wonder – why pour salt down the drain – does it do anything? Many homeowners and plumbers recommend using salt in unclogging the drains. However, how efficient salt is in unclogging drains and how it works is not …

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How to Remove Rust From Inside Pipes?

If your plumbing system uses metal pipes, such as copper, galvanized steel, cast iron, or brass, you are bound to encounter rust at some point. The time it takes for the material to corrode is determined by a variety of factors, including the sort of material, the water acidity, and the compounds in your drinkable water. It’s crucial that you know …

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Why Is Dirt Coming Up Shower Drain?

The good functioning of your plumbing system is not guaranteed unless you maintain it carefully. Even a new home requires the inspection of plumbing facilities after a year or two. Many people choose to neglect their plumbing, due to lack of time or carelessness. However, this can lead to questions such as “Why is dirt coming …

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Toilet Overflowing But Not Clogged

When faced with a problem of a toilet overflowing but not clogged – there isn’t virtually any person who wouldn’t panic. This icky situation includes not only unpleasant smells and sights but also an unavailable toilet for everyday use. A toilet serves to flush the waste down, and when that mechanism fails, that waste threatens …

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