Hi Anna,

Thanks much. I'm really new at all of this. Can you tell me a ratio of the white vinegar to water so I'll know how much to pour down it? Also is Zep a liquid or what? Does it have an odor? I have to ask these things as I have no sense of smell and my husband's very sensitive to things like that. Thanks much.

On 2/22/2018 6:06 AM, Anna Galassi via Cookinginthedark wrote:
Boil some water with some white vinegar. Let it cool for a minute then pour it down the drain. That's one suggestion I got from a plumber. I have also used Zep which can be found at home depot.

-----Original Message----- From: Lisa P. Geibel via Cookinginthedark
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2018 3:43 AM
To: Cooking in the Dark
Cc: Lisa P. Geibel
Subject: [CnD] OT: safely unclogging kitchen sink drain


I'm sorry for this slightly off topic post, but we all do need a working
kitchen sink drain for cooking to clean the vegetables, meat, wash
dishes or constantly wash our hands when cooking and other things. Ours
is draining very slowly and I know there are products that you can buy
to help with this, but I hear they're really not safe to use. I can't
believe there's not at least one that a blind person can safely and
independently use, so I'm asking you guys? I had heard that they had
some Draino sticks or something like that and thought that might work,
but I don't know the name of them and neither did the person that told
me about them. If anyone has any experience with this sort of thing,
please give me some tips as I really don't want to call a plumber out
till I absolutely have to. If I buy drinking alcohol and pour it down
the drain, it helps, which I didn't do, but there was some old bottles
around here that I did pour as neither my husband nor I drink alcohol.
Again, sorry for the slightly off topic post, but I'd really appreciate
any and all help anyone could give? Thank you.

May YHWH bless you all

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