Your drainage can be slowed by A small buildup in your own kitchen or bathroom sink pipe to nothing. If you’re concerned about making use of a chemical drain cleaner to remove the blockage, from concern for plumbing or whether for reasons, there are.
Plug any drainage holes with a rag, including an overflow hole or the drain. Plunge the drain with a bathroom plunger. Pump for several minutes or until the drain opens.
Remove dirty water if the plunger does not clear the congestion. Look under the sink and then find the curve in the pipe, called the P-trap or the U-bend. Place a bucket under this curve.
With masking tape to protect them wrap couplings or the nuts around the P-trap. Unscrew them using slip-joint pliers. Pull the P-trap off, and empty it. The standing water in the sink will drain into the bucket too.
Scrape out the inside of the P-trap with a coathanger. Clean it thoroughly with some water and a bottle brush.
If it is easily removed, unscrew the next joint of pipe and the buildup wasn’t in the P-trap. Scrape and wash it the same way.
Insert 6 to 10 inches of a sewer snake into the pipe if you still have not discovered the buildup. Feel for the congestion. Keep extending the snake to 10 inches at a time until you reach the buildup, if the snake does not contact it.
Turn until you feel the tip of this cable punch through the buildup the snake’s handle. Wiggle and turn the snake to split up the congestion. Remove the snake cleanup the cable with a rag or a sponge as you move.
Set back the pipe pieces into place and refasten the bolts or couplings. Flush the drain with 1 gallon boiling water, 1/2 cup white vinegar and a mix of 1/2 cup baking soda. This melts any grease that might lead to buildups and cleanses the drain.