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Drains in kitchen and bathroom sinks are bound to get clogged eventually. Even with a strainer in place, there can be a lot of accidental pieces of food and other debris that make it through and become lodged. Chemical drain cleaners are filled with powerful toxins that are bad for the environment, bad to breathe in, and bad for your drainage pipes.
The best way to care for your home’s drains is to be diligent with preventing clogs in the first place and calling in expert plumbing services to care for them when needed. Here are a few tips for preventing clogs and caring for your kitchen, bathroom, and basement sinks, as well as the shower and bath tub drains.