How Do I Unblock an outside Drain?

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To block outside drains, first ensure that you have the appropriate protection for your hands. Get drain rods that will help you make light work of any blockages. Push the rod through a drain until you reach a blockage and force them through to loosen up dirt and residue. For any loose debris, wash away with water to clear up the pipe.
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To unblock an outside drain, use drain rods whereby you screw in each piece and use the claw at the end to twist and pull up the refuse. If this doesn't work, then deploy a chemical drain clearing agent such as an acid. Bring in professional drainage handymen if nothing works.
Sinks will often block up with grease food waste lime-scale etc. You can sort this problem by plunging . It will ensure the drain is free from blockages .
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