How do you fix a stinky sink drain?


The first step in how to fix a stinky kitchen sink drain is to clear anything that is under the sink and place a towel there. The next step is to remove the sink trap with a wrench. If there is something that is stuck there, it should come loose. You should also remember to scrub the trap with the use of hot and soapy water. After replacing the trap, try the sink out by letting the water run.
Q&A Related to "How do you fix a stinky sink drain?"
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