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How To Fix a Slow Draining Sink

Our sink has been draining very slowly for months; but, complete laziness has kept us from doing anything about it. Last night when we were brushing our teeth, we realized that we'd let it all go too far. So, today, armed with a tea kettle, a Q-tip, a box of baking soda, and a bottle of white vinega...
Ilka NewZealand
Ilka NewZealand • 2 years ago

How To Fix a Slow Draining Sink

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