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Keep you sink healthy

Keep Your Sink Healthy! that they're far more likely to get calls for blocked, drains on a Monday than any óther day of the week Any idea why? If's, down to everyone's favouřite meal, the Sunday roast, Don't let plumbing woes start your week, Monday's 'are bad enough! Check ,out the info here on how to treat your plumbing to qvoid issyes We all take our plumbing for granted, but with a little TLC any našty problems that ngbody wants to éver deal with. Follow these simple directions! you can, avoid What NOT to send down your drain. General oils Dairy products Egg shells Bones Tough vegetables Coffee grinds Grease/food waste Pasta/rice Non-food items pour kitchen oil, dairy products, egg shells, bones, DON'D tough vegetables, grease or other greasy food waste down the drain! WHAT TO DO INSTEAD? Viscous solids and liquids like these can collect in pipes and really gum up the works. DOUBLE-LINEA SMALL, DURABLE BOX WITH RUBBISH BAGS AND COLLECT THIS KIND OF WASTE TO DISPOSE OF SEPARATELY! You might be surprised to learn that even soft foods like pasta or rice should never see the disposal, as they can expand in water and create plumbing problems of their own. keep your counters clean as you prep and cook food, especially when working with raw food like chicken or beef for the Sunday roast! DO package and refrigerate food in a timely manner after mealtime. You'll want to get your delicious leftovers squared away quickly to avoid contamination and spoilage. DO DO pour vinegar down the drain to help with clogging - every three months or so! Perfect HOMEPROS

Keep you sink healthy

shared by perfecthomepros on Jan 29
in this plumbing infographic you can check what not to send down your drain.


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