This tool will clean the sewers as best as possible

Start by drying the sink drain.
Sprinkle it with the 4 teaspoons of baking soda.
Pour the prepared solution (half a glass of dish detergent, 2 teaspoons of salt and 100 ml of vinegar, mixed well) into the drain and leave it to act for an hour, preferably overnight.
After this time, the grease and residue will soften.
Rinse with hot water and leave for 30 minutes.
Finally, rinse everything with hot running water.
You will see how the water drains perfectly and you will completely get rid of the unpleasant smell coming from the drain!

Regular maintenance: Perform this cleaning process at least once a month, even if you don’t experience drainage problems. Regular maintenance can prevent future clogs and keep drains in optimal condition.

Avoid pouring grease and oil: Avoid pouring used cooking oil down the drain, as it can solidify and clog pipes over time. Instead, collect the oil in a container and place it in the trash.

Use a screen or strainer: Place a screen or strainer in the drain to catch solid waste, such as food debris and hair. This will prevent this debris from clogging the pipes.

Hot water regularly:

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