sink & faucet. Tuesday , September 20th , 2016 - 07:23:09 AM
First, drain the water from the sink completely. Mix ⅓ cup of baking soda with ⅓ cup of vinegar in a big container; the mixture will fizz instantly. Pour this solution into the sink drain immediately and wait for 10 minutes. Finish off by washing the sink with hot water. If required, repeat the steps 2-3 times.
For good measure, apply a coat of sealant on the threads of the valve while putting it back in place. Also, apply a thin layer of grease or petroleum jelly on the threads of the handle before screwing it back on.
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