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So who knows how to unblock a sink?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by sneak, Aug 11, 2004.

  1. sneak

    sneak Guest

    So who knows how to unblock a sink?

    Discussion started by sneak - Aug 11, 2004

    my bathroom sink is clogged.
    it needs not to be...

    ive tried plunging, scraping, scooping, what else is there?
     
  2. se_FOUR

    se_FOUR 12oz Senior Member

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    se_FOUR - Replied Aug 11, 2004



    If it`s the kitchen sink, open the cupboard where the pipe is situated, you should be able unscrew the pipe and take it out(remember to turn the water off via the stopcock)..check pipe to see it it`s blocked..You didn`t put cooking fat/oil down the sink did you, if you have hurry b4 it gets hard, still be able to unblock just take a lil longer. Remember to put bucked undder sink also..

    good luck amigo
     
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  3. heavyLox

    heavyLox 12oz Veteran Member

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  4. Overtime

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    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v383/hiddenshovel/Misc/77932a42.jpg'>

    [b]does this help?[/b]
     
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  5. BURLAP

    BURLAP 12oz Member

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    BURLAP - Replied Aug 11, 2004

    ugh, drano is fucking brutal, try and do it with
    some environmentally sound type of shit. if you
    live in a half decent sized city there should be
    a specialty cleaning supplies store. if not your
    city is wack.
     
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  6. imported_Tesseract - Replied Aug 11, 2004

    No shit. beyond that after lots of drano you get the sink pipes burned with holes and you'll have to replace the whole thing $$

    Safest solution ever:

    HOT WATER+ [​IMG]
     
  7. BURLAP

    BURLAP 12oz Member

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    BURLAP - Replied Aug 11, 2004

    hop on msn if you can bro
     
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  8. imported_Tesseract - Replied Aug 11, 2004

    were are you?
     
  9. Overtime

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    Overtime - Replied Aug 11, 2004

    i would actually suggest some drano foam or gel, that shit works maxalicious
     
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  10. jakepaints

    jakepaints 12oz Junior Member

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    jakepaints - Replied Aug 11, 2004

    Re: Re: So who knows how to unblock a sink?




    im glad with all that handywork knowledge comes common sense too...
     
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  11. SteveAustin

    SteveAustin 12oz Veteran Member

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    http://www.seastead.org/comment-src/paper/images/gas_can.med.jpg'>

    [img]http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/fire/images/onfi_match_lit.gif'>

    this should do the trick.
     
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  12. !@#$%

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    !@#$% - Replied Aug 11, 2004

    these kinds of plungers in particular work well.

    http://www.ces.purdue.edu/onsite/plunger.gif'>


    also, snakes work too.

    [img]http://www.rolac.qc.ca/IMAGES/A221.jpg'>

    i would also reccomend just taking the pipe apart if it's exposed and easy to get to.
     
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  13. GLIK$

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    Have Hesh piss down it.
     
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  15. SeYnO9

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    SeYnO9 - Replied Aug 11, 2004

    Good to see people helping on the issue.
     
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