No matter where you are dumping, it is always an offence and when it comes to dumping your kitchen sink with unnecessary clutter then there is only one person who will bear the brunt and that’s you. It is really important to monitor what you are putting in your kitchen sink as the clogged drainage can be a real pain for everyone at home. Firstly it hampers you routine kitchen activities and then it leads to the foul smell all over the house, and then how can we forget about the unnecessary expense that one has to bear to seek Plumbing Services NJ.
Knowingly or unknowingly every day we throw something that can lead to clogged drainage. Things keep accumulating and then finally one day it blocks your drainage pipe polluting the entire environment around you. So this article is actually a wakeup call for all such people who never pay much heed to what they are throwing in kitchen sinks and then crib about the same. Here is the list of 4 things that you should never put down the drain to avoid clogged drainage system:
- Cooking oil or grease substance: Greasy item gets mixed with all other waste very easily, and thus contributes a lot in blocking the drainage system. You can always drain the oil and then can reuse the same. There is no point of flushing it as it leads to wastage and then ultimately blockage. Not only it affects your drainage system but it has an impact on overall sewerage system as well.
- Coffee or tea grounds: Another common thing that we usually spill in our drainage system is coffee and tea grounds. Almost every plumber around the world will agree to the fact that how badly these grounds lead to blockage in the drainage system. It is recommended to throw these leftover coffee and tea grounds in the garbage instead of throwing them in the sink.
- Leftover rice: Cooked or uncooked rice shells can run down your kitchen sink to drain. Same is the case with pasta and other alike food items. One must take utmost care while washing these in sinks and must avoid them from going into the drainage system.
- Leftover bones: If you are a non-vegetarian then you must have faced this issue when accidentally or knowingly the piece of leftover chicken goes in the drainage system leading to blocked pipes and drains. Always dispose of this left over bones in the garbage or treat dogs with the same. They will be more than happy to have these leftover bones.
There are several other food items that can block your drainage system and can pollute the environment. While you work in the kitchen, you must pay extra attention to what is going into your sink’s drainage system. Just remember it is you who has to work in that kitchen all day and with a foul smell and non-working sink, it will become really difficult to work smoothly.