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A Few Tips On How To Take Good Care Of Your Kitchen Drains At Home A plumber’s wrench, a screwdriver, a bottle brush with a long handle, a pair of rubber gloves and a bucket are the first few things you will be needing in the process. Every kitchen drain is designed to have a waste grinder and the first thing you got to do is unplug it from the socket. Some waste grinders are designed in a way that you cannot see a plug under the sink and so you must go to the circuit breaker panel and shut it down there. Before doing anything with the kitchen drains, make sure that the food grinder is off because you might end up grinding a finger or two. Once you’ve cleared the food grinder, go check the bottom of the drain for a curve with a cover screwed to it. Take the wrench and loosen the screw a bit after you have placed the bucket underneath it. Once you have successfully removed the cover off, water will start to drip on the bucket. When the water finally cease dripping, you can now remove the bucket from its place under the sink. When all the water has finally been drained out, you must the proceed to taking the parts out. You will soon discover that the system is made up of several different pieces being help together by large nuts. There are some made of metal while others made of plastic, but regardless what they are made of, always handle them with care. Even if the kitchen has two sinks, the pipes of both sinks will meet in a tee and will still be connected going through the wall. There will be several nuts holding the different pieces in place and you must slowly loosen them all up. There are expert plumbers out there that have gotten so used to their job that they are capable of unscrewing nuts using just their hands, but in your case, you might want to use a wrench to make things easier to do.
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The procedure will go better when you start in the middle pipe that connects the curve to the pipe attached to the wall. It is important for you to remember never to try and pull out the pipe attached to the wall because it is actually cemented there and forcing it out might cause a leak which you will be needing a plumber to fix for you. Leave that pipe alone. After removing the middle pipes, the curve would follow next, then the tee, if you have a dual sink system, and lastly you get to remove the pipes at the bottom of the sink. There are plastic rings found inside each pipe and if you are not careful with the removal process, you might cause the rings to fall off.What I Can Teach You About Cleaning