(StatePoint) Whether youâ€™re a homeowner or a renter, clogged drains are likely to affect your bathroom and kitchen sinks every so oftenÂ as a result of soap residue, hair and skin flakes, food particles, dirt and accumulated gunk.
While you could call a plumber to address these issues as they occur, itâ€™s often faster and cheaper to handle clogs on your own. Whatâ€™s the best way to do it? Snaking the drain is one step you could take, but for a hands-free approach, consider using a liquid clog remover, such as those from the Roto-Rooter line of drain care products. For information about clogged drains and for simple DIY clog removal tips, visit rotorooter-products.com.
When drain blockages occur -- and they will -- consider reaching for the most expedient and affordable approach to clearing these obstructions.