Before using chemical cleaners or disassembling the pipe trap to unclog a sink drain, try one of these methods:
Drain Snake: A drain snake is great for removing hair from slow draining bathroom sink or tub drains. Insert the drain snake down the sink drain until it reaches the clog, then pull it back up. The brush or hooks on the end of the snake latch onto the hair and pull it out.
Plunger: When using a plunger to remove sink clogs, cover the overflow drain found on bathroom sinks and tubs or the second drain on double kitchen sinks to allow you to apply more pressure on the clog.
After the sink is unclogged, run hot water down it to flush out any grease. Watch this video to find out more.
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