Kitchen drains are subject to a lot of abuse by everyone in the house, and eventually become dirty and gritty. It can also become clogged, which can cause water to overflow your sink. We understand that drain care is an important task and are experts in it.

Water Temperature

You may prefer to wash your hands in cold water or hot water , but it is possible to break down grease in the water. Your tap water should be run at least once per week.

There are also times when cold water can be beneficial. While hot water can break down grease, cold water will solidify grease into blocks. This will make it easier to fish them out and do other tasks.

Grease Collection

After a long day at work, it is easy to feel tempted to dump the grease into the trash. While it is understandable, you should not do more work with the grease than you need. It is best to just collect the grease in an empty can or jar and dispose of it later safely.

Use a Drain Trap

Some substances can’t flow down the drain. These substances include hair, soap scum and crumbs. These substances can build up in your kitchen and shower drains. It is a smart idea to put a drain trap in your drain to catch the substances before they go down the drain. They can be easily removed and disposed of later.

Clean Your Drain

You can avoid clogging your drains if you’re afraid. There are many options. These are just a few to get you started. Put 1/2 cup baking soda in the drain.

Next, add 1/4 cup of white vinegar to the baking soda. Then, add 1/2 cup salt to each. Let the drain sit for 15 minutes before pouring boiling water into it. Another option is to pour a tablespoon of dish detergent down the drain and then pour boiling hot water.

Keep Certain Substances Away!

You must be careful not to let your money go down the drain.

  • Eggshells
  • Products for cleaning the house
  • Medications
  • Coffee grounds
  • Use paper towels
  • Stickers
  • Napkins
  • Fruit peels

These steps will help you keep your drains clear and clean. This will prevent any drainage issues. But sometimes clogs happen despite your best efforts. It is not easy to get rid of a stubborn clog without the right equipment and training.