Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Roto-Rooter but all opinions are 100% mine
Roto-Rooter punches out tough clogs
Although an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, plumbing problems often happen despite our best efforts. Whether its food grease that was poured down the drain that congealed into a gooey mess, a ball of hair that collected into a tubular tumbleweed, food scraps, children’s toys, personal hygiene products or even coffee grinds, something will eventually clog your sink. I know because I have seen it all.
Despite my best efforts to educate my household, over the years I have learned clogs are inevitable. Someone will always put something down the drain they shouldn’t. Whether it’s done deliberately or not, sometimes I feel my best efforts have gone down the drain. Although out of necessity, I I have become the sink police. It’s like my boys think that just because we have a garbage disposal we can safely dispose of every substance on the planet. Time and time again eggshells, grease, fats, oils, and even produce stickers have worked their evil magic in my drains and caused my sink to runneth over. In the bathrooms, paper towels, flushable wipes, toys, and even washcloths have wreaked havoc on our pipes at some time or another.
For the down and dirty issues, I used to call a technician but I found that most of the time I use Roto-Rooter Gel Clog Remover to power out those pesky obstructions. I have tried other quick fixes but nothing seems to have the tenacity and power of Roto-Rooter Gel Clog Remover. It clears clog fast because it is specially formulated to get the job done. As the strongest National Brand Roto-Rooter Gel Clog Remover has 25% more active ingredients than other brands.
Anytime my drain gets clogged I try to plunge it out. If using a plunger doesn’t work, I reach under the sink for my Roto-Rooter Gel Clog Remover. After pouring it down the drain, waiting 10 minutes or so, then flushing with hot water most of the time my troubles are washed right down the drain.
What kind of things have you found in your drains?