06:33PM | 06/09/06
Member Since: 06/08/06
1 lifetime posts
About two days ago my kitchen sink started backing up. I have a duel-y sink, one side having a garbage disposal and the other regular with a very small drain (too small for a snake I've come to find out). I tried two bottles of draino which didn't help. Today I bought a snake that attached to a power drill and snaked it 20' into the pipe. Once again, it didn't help; however, nothing else in my apartment is clogging (shower, toilet, kitchen sink). I have no money to afford a plumber and clogged drains aren't repaired under my lease. Any suggestions??


08:28AM | 06/10/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
1507 lifetime posts
Considering the money you wasted on useless chemicals and using a snake didnt help either I would call a licensed plumber and have her/ him water jet the lines of the grease and soap scum build up


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