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Holiday Drain Clog Prevention Tips
To prevent kitchen sink clogs, stray away from pouring grease or oil down the drain. Holiday dishes like turkey or ham are prone to excess fat. Pouring grease directly into the drain can lead to hardening and sticking of oil inside the pipes that will eventually create bigger problems. Always pour the grease into a sealable container or zip-lock bag, then dispose into the trash.
Do not let large food scraps enter the drainage system as it can lead to clogs and build-up. Danco offers a range of kitchen sink stoppers to keep objects and debris out of your drain so water will flow freely. Before holiday parties begin, clean out drain stoppers in sinks & tubs and ensure they are free of the build-up of hair or soap scum. If the stopper has deteriorated, replace the stopper immediately.
Use a clog prevention product to clear any clogs deeper in your pipes. Consider using a drain strainer in showers and sinks. Danco's line of mesh strainers will protect not only the kitchen drain but will prevent clogs in the bathroom sink and shower. Designed for strength and appeal, it is simple to install by just placing it in the drain!
At Danco, our range of kitchen sink stoppers help cover drain openings to help stop the flow of water and prevent food scraps and debris from entering the drainage system. Crafted from sturdy materials, our stoppers offer longevity and durability.
When you have guests staying over for holidays, the bathroom pipes are first to suffer. Install the Hair Catcher Shower Drain Cover that stops hair from going down the drain and is also easy to remove and clean. If you want to be extra cautious, don't forget to pick up the Bathtub External Hair Catcher for your bathroom that has a tub and shower combination;
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