the radiator pipes in your home are often blocked. here's how to keep the radiator pipes unobstructed.
1： cover the overflow port of the sink or bathtub with a damp cloth. most kitchen sinks don't have overflows, but if there is another sink around the sink you want to clean, you can plug the drain of the other sink with a wet cloth. some families have two bathrooms in the adjacent rooms. they may use the same drainage pipe.
in such a case, you must plug the drain and overflow of the pool in the other bathhouse. the shower usually has no overflow, while the bathtub usually has. cover all these ports with wet cloth, so that the hand pressure cup pump can work.
2： put some water in the clogged pool, which should be enough to not press the cup pump by hand. apply vaseline oil to the edge of the hand-held cup pump (this helps seal very well). slide the cup of the hand pressure cup pump onto the drain pipe opening, and then quickly pump the hand pressure cup pump up and down.
you can feel the water coming in and out of the drain. it's this back and forth water pressure that gradually builds up enough force to expel the blockage. after doing so hard for ten times, the pressure bowl pump of the handle is jerked up. at this time, the water is probably rushing down. if not, repeat the process two or three times. if not, try another way.
3： if hand pressure cup pump can not dredge the drain pipe, then you can consider using chemical pipe dredger. however, for completely blocked drain pipes, do not use chemicals. because chemicals include corrosive substances, which may damage some parts, it is possible to use drain pipe screwdriver instead.
4： if you can't dredge the drain pipe with a screwdriver, unscrew the drain plug at the bottom of the pool and put the water in the water trap into the bucket.
you can use the hook at one end of the metal hanger to try to reach the blockage. if this is not possible, insert the wire rope of the screw drill of the drain elbow through the drain plug. insert the steel radiator into the pool and drain pipe to remove the blockage.
5： if there is no drain plug in the water trap, then take down the whole water trap (the next one provides you with a good tutorial on how to remove and replace the drain water trap. ）after the water trap is taken down, first dredge it with a metal hanger, then clean it with a hard brush and hot soapy water, completely clean it, and then install the water trap back to its original place.
if the plug is not in the trap, insert the drain pipe screwdriver into the drain pipe extension extending into the wall, and then continue to turn the screwdriver into the drain pipe. if the blockage is not in the main drain pipe, you may be able to reach it.
if you understand the above five processes, you will be able to do it yourself and let the drainage pipes in your home reach everywhere from time to time.