The sink that is clogged doesn’t have to suggest you should call an expert plumber. In some cases, it is possible to remove obstructions by yourself. These are some simple DIY methods to unclog your drain.
For the first step, pour hot water into your sink. It will melt the grease caught in the drainage and loosen any solids so that they fall down easier.
Also, try baking soda and vinegar in order to solve the problem. The first step is to pour 1 cup baking soda down the drainage. Next, add two cups of vinegar. For the final step add some hot water into the sink to wash off any excess.
If none of these ways clears the issue then you should try at removing the issue. It’s possible to do this with a plumbing snake, a hanger made of steel, wire, or any other similarly shaped object. Once you’re done, rinse the sink once more with hot water.
Additionally, take the draining tube out from under the sink to check the area for anything. To locate the source of the blockage, you can use a long and thin snake to inspect the tubes.
Though these methods can help clear a variety of obstacles, if your kitchen is still not draining properly regardless of the method you tried, you should consult a plumbing professional.