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Old Mar 7, 2008, 08:14 AM   #1
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Yeah. I pulled some hair out of it, and it's still slow. What's plan B?
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Old Mar 7, 2008, 08:16 AM   #2
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Yeah. I pulled some hair out of it, and it's still slow. What's plan B?
Cut the bodies up in to small pieces next time.
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Yeah. I pulled some hair out of it, and it's still slow. What's plan B?
You mean from the bath?

Well, getting an electric fisher past the drain grill
is possible, but getting Drain-o and letting it sit
for a few hours is also a good solution...
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Old Mar 7, 2008, 08:36 AM   #5
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You mean from the bath?

Well, getting an electric fisher past the drain grill
is possible, but getting Drain-o and letting it sit
for a few hours is also a good solution...
Sink, actually. I might try some draino.
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yea drano would work, when that happens to me I poor a bottle or 2 in the drain and dance
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dont use harsh chemicals if you have a septic tank
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Get a snake, dude.

Not a real snake, silly, a Plumber's Snake.

What kind of drain are we talking about here?
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Get a snake, dude.

Not a real snake, silly, a Plumber's Snake.

What kind of drain are we talking about here?
Oh, this is what I call a fisher...

BTW, if it is your sink, simply shove a wet rag
in the over flow vent of the sink to seal it and
use a plunger... All sorts of crap will be getting out of it...

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If you look under the sink, you will find a U shaped pipe. Remove that pipe, but have a bucket under it for water will come out.

It is the catch for if you drop a ring into the system...it also prevents the nasty smelling air from the septic / sewer from flowing freely into your home.

Clean that bad boy out and most of your problem will be gone.
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Depending on how old the pipes are the catch could soldered (old ones are typically metal with solder joints... newer ones are typically plastic/PVC and can be undone easily).

Try Draino gel. Works every time in our bathroom sink.
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Or you could use some Drano internally. A couple of big gulps and your drain along with every other problem you might have had will disappear momentarily.
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draino should be used as a last resort if at all


plunging is your best bet (small plunger), cover the overflow hole and fill the sink with enough water to cover the plunger and give it hell.

draino is extremely corrosive and is dangerous if you end up having to remove the P-Trap to fix the drain.
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dont use harsh chemicals if you have a septic tank
Most non-hillbilly type people have water&sewage service.

Heck we even keep our toilets inside the house.

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Speaking of overflow holes, we had a slow-drain problem in one of our bathroom sinks awhile back. Cleaned out the drain and was still slow. Finally figured out that the overflow hole was plugged. Once we cleared that out the sink was able to vent and started draining properly again.
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draino should be used as a last resort if at all


plunging is your best bet (small plunger), cover the overflow hole and fill the sink with enough water to cover the plunger and give it hell.

draino is extremely corrosive and is dangerous if you end up having to remove the P-Trap to fix the drain.
Yep Plunger trick worked for me as well

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I can't figure out if it has an overflow drain.... it doesn't seem to have one. Do they make them without overflow holes?

Like, the whole sink is totally smooth, no holes except the one at the bottom.
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Pour nepalm down the drain ....... then light it
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liquid plumber: it keeps the drains running on time.
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I had a slow drain for about 5 years and tried several products to make it work faster. I tried a foaming cleaner months ago and ended up with a fast running drain. Foaming stuff is great.
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Try drano first...if hair doesn't make away enough then use snake so it should getting away.
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I can't figure out if it has an overflow drain.... it doesn't seem to have one. Do they make them without overflow holes?

Like, the whole sink is totally smooth, no holes except the one at the bottom.
very possible, some have an overflow, some don't... the plunger rule still applies, fill it with hot water and plunge it like hell.

slow running drains can also be poor drainage in the house/building (lack of proper venting)
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My dads a plumber,He always says NEVER use drano ect, as it can severely damage your pipes.
Use a snake.
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Actually the old plunger trick works very well most of the time.
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