Pipes may be blocked in any home. So before that happens, we’ll learn ways to use them when a problem arises.

We all know the warning signs about clogging and sewer problems, the way the sink sinks or the water spins up and down your legs in the bathroom, and the smells, pungent odors, all of these are signs that you may soon be clogged. You will encounter sewage and one day you will see that the waterway is completely closed, so you need to act immediately.

Well! You cleaned the excess hair and the greasy and sticky material on the surface of the sewer, nothing happened. Now you try to act like a plumber, but to no avail, but what happens when the blockage does not open? Or should we say what can we do to open these clogs faster? In the continuation of this section, we will suggest 10 solutions with definite effect for opening the sewer pipe in this case.

1. Open the sewer pipe with baking soda and vinegar:
If you take a bath tube, mix some baking soda and vinegar and pour it in two steps and then give it time. Wait about 45 to 60 minutes. Now fill the tub with hot water. Direct 45 to 60 gallons of water into the waterway The pressure from the water and the impact of the materials you have already poured into the pipes will help open the waterway.

2. Open the sewer pipe with dishwashing detergent:
If your toilet water is blocked, pour 1/4 cup of dishwashing liquid into a bowl, then boil it with some water. The detergent acts like a lubricant and cleans the residue in the sewer, then pour enough hot water into the waterway. If the pipe still does not open, it is time to wear plastic gloves.

3. Salt and baking soda home method of opening the sewer pipe:
Combine 1/2 cup of kitchen salt with 1/2 cup of baking soda and pour it into the clogged drain. Allow to stand for 20 minutes. Then pour boiling water over it. Hot water and salt and baking soda will form a chemical compound. Which dissolves a large part of the masses and fats in the sewage.

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