06 Dec 2012
At the recent Property24 DIY workshop, Call-out Crew shared their invaluable knowledge and guided workshop participants through the steps to fix some common household maintenance tasks. The 16 participants, had all had their lives changed by becoming Habitat for Humanity South Africa beneficiaries; to help change another person’s life in this year’s Clicks for Bricks challenges, visit www.clicksforbricks.co.za to add your support and your click.
The demonstration and tips on how to fix and unclog the S-bend under a kitchen sink were met with much enthusiasm. The S-bend, just under the sink, can become clogged, not allowing the sink to drain freely which can be cause for much frustration.
Tip: Over time, washers become damaged from hot water and detergents, resulting in leakages in the pipes; if you notice that your washers need replacing, take the damaged washer to the hardware store to match it to the new one. Replace the old washer with a new one when reassembling the S-bend to avoid any water leakage in the pipe joints.
Here is how to unblock your drain by cleaning out the S-bend, without it turning into an expensive experience involving plumbers or handymen:
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