Have you ever wondered why your bathroom sink is draining slower than the morning commute?
Often this kind of problem is super easy to fix yet a lot of us just assume we couldn’t do it ourselves.
Rather than rolling up our sleeves we decide to call in a pro and cave to to our inner voice that says, “You couldn’t possibly fix this”.
Now what if I said you had the ability to unclog your sink, do it in less than 30 minutes, and could save enough money to buy this week’s groceries.
Hopefully you’d be intrigued enough to keep reading …
Because today I’m going to walk you step-by-step through unclogging your bathroom sink’s drain. And in the end you’ll be thinking “WHY DIDN’T I LEARN THIS SOONER?”.
All the tools I used in this video added up to a whopping $31. The Zip It was $3 and the auger/snake was $28. And I can guarantee that you’ll use the auger again, again, and again for your shower or bathtub. So yes, it’s a pretty darn good investment (I’d argue that it’s almost better than the stock market).
Now I’d love to hear from you.
What plumbing task would you like to tackle but haven’t gotten around to yet?
Leave a comment and let me know. Remember, be as specific as possible as your insight can help the other Home Repair Tutors in our tight knit community.
If you’re already familiar with removing clogs or taking on other plumbing challenges, feel free to share your unique skills and how they’ve helped you.
Thank you as always for tuning in.
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