sink & faucet. Monday , February 13th , 2017 - 08:23:11 AM
First part of the plumbing project is removing the old sink. If you don't want your kitchen to be transformed into a swimming pool, I recommend that you close all the water inlet valves of the sink, before going ahead. Also, disconnect the other connections like supply tube, disposal, and trap. Be careful and keep a tub underneath, while removing the pipes, as they may still contain residual water inside.
You must love grandma to the hilt to opt for a style that reminisces yesteryear kitchens. Typically made from enameled cast iron, these are large sinks that provide ample space to wash dishes. These so-called island sinks sit pretty on the cabinet, rendering a rustic touch to the room. You can opt for ceramic apron sinks or even one in natural stone to do up your kitchen.
Using a plunger in the right way is essential to get the desired results. Choose a plunger that has a suction cup large enough to cover the drain opening completely. Coat the rim of the plunger cup with petroleum jelly. This is done to get a tight seal. Now, fill the clogged sink with water up to 1 inch below the rim so that the plunger cup is also covered with water. In case of a double sink, fill the second one as well. Block adjacent fixtures using wet rags as well. Insert the plunger into the water, hold it upright, and pump it vigorously. Use about 20 forceful strokes. You can repeat it 2-3 times to get the best results.
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