Bathroom drainage clog came from years of accumulated dirt, skin flakes, hair, soap scum, on the insides of the drain pipes. You know that the clogging situation becomes serious when you hear a gurgling noise and a slow creation of a water swamp on your bathroom floor or in your bathroom sink.
Tips for unclogging your bathroom sink: Remove your drain stopper and clean them. Next, use a plunger. If the plunger doesn’t work, remove the drain elbow joint and clean it. Regularly clean your drain stoppers. Use a special drain strainer that prevents hair from falling in your drains.
For toilets, the clog is mainly due to poor waste management. The act of throwing napkins, diapers, and other unnecessary stuff, clogs your drains right away.
Tips for unclogging your toilet: Use a plunger to prevent further clogging. Next, use the hand-powered drain auger. The hand-powered drain auger is not for the faint-hearted, so try to call a professional if you don’t like the dirty work. Lastly, tell the members of the house to throw their solid wastes on bins.