1. Boiling water
There is no easier way to clog a sewer pipe. Put a kettle on the gas to boil. Now, in two or three steps, slowly pour the boiling water into the tube and let the boiling water do its job for a few seconds in each step. This is usually the easiest and fastest way to open a pipe. If it does not work, you can repeat it again.
2. Burning profit
Be sure to use gloves and eye protection before using the fifth method. Caustic soda is also known as sodium hydroxide and can cause chemical burns if you are not careful when using it and do not follow safety tips. You can get this material from the store. To make the solution, you need to add 3 cups of baking soda to 3 gallons of cold water. Then stir it with a good stick until ready. Then pour gently into the sewer pipe in several steps. Wait 20 to 30 minutes and then pour in the boiling water tube.
3. Manual spring tube opener
A great tool for unclogging a sewer pipe. This device has a long wire-like spring that has two different types of dry and flexible. You can get a 6-meter spring from the store. To open the pipe with a spring, place it inside the sewer pipe and push it until it hits the blockage. Then turn it clockwise or counterclockwise to loosen the jam. Finally, pour hot water into the tube to wash everything.
4. Degreasing and descaling of pipes
Some pipe-opening works are easy and you can do it yourself at home. You must have seen the U-shaped pipes under the sink. Many times clogging occurs in that area, which will be solved by cleaning it. To start unclogging a sewer pipe, first place a bucket under a U-shaped siphon and then open it. Thoroughly clean the tube with a brush and rinse thoroughly, then reinstall it.