Kitchen: Ditch the Grease You should never pour grease down your drain. If you find your kitchen drain is slowly flowing, you can battle grease build-up with liquid dish detergent and boiling water. The dish soap will dissolve grease and oil, while the boiling water will melt the grease deposits and flush everything away. Fill […]

Kitchen:

Ditch the Grease You should never pour grease down your drain. If you find your kitchen drain is slowly flowing, you can battle grease build-up with liquid dish detergent and boiling water. The dish soap will dissolve grease and oil, while the boiling water will melt the grease deposits and flush everything away.

  1. Fill up a large pot of water and put on to boil
  2. Squirt a generous amount of liquid dish detergent directly into your drain
  3. Slowly pour the boiling water down the drain, just a little bit at a time

Kitchen Maintenance

After clearing your drain, be sure to use lots of cold water when you use your garbage disposal. Why not hot? The cold water helps to keep the oils and grease in a solid state so the garbage disposal can do its job by breaking it up. Using hot water melts and softens the grease, causing it to coat the inside of your drain.

Bathroom DIY

In your bathroom, you can tackle the hair and gunk with a simple kitchen ingredient: table salt.

  1. Pour at least 1 tablespoon of salt into the drain
  2. Immediately pour ¼ cup plain white vinegar into the drain
  3. Let sit for one hour
  4. Run very hot water through the drain (this helps to clear out everything just loosened)
  5. If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of your HVAC or plumbing needs call Green Apple toll-free @ 888-315-5564
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