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Recent Posts in Kitchen Sink Category

  • As hard as we may try to keep our sinks in perfect working condition, it may be impossible to avoid facing down a clogged drain every so often. While this can cause significant headaches in the short term, it doesn’t have to last too long if you have the right tools and a little bit of elbow grease. We’ve put together a couple of ways for you to tackle this problem on your own with items found ...
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  • No one wants to deal with a clogged sink, but like most things in life this problem may be unavoidable. While you may think to grab your handy dandy snake to unclog your drain, most sinks use a basin trap that will likely need to be dismantled for proper cleaning. Before you start breaking down your sink, make sure you have all of the supplies you need: Bucket Bowl Toothbrush Washers Luckily, sink ...
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  • Unfortunately, our faucets aren’t invincible. Over time, they begin to succumb to the wear and tear of everyday use and exposure to the elements – yes, even inside faucets have to deal with exposure issues, albeit to a noticeably smaller degree than an outdoor faucet. Eventually, the moisture and air will cause a chemical reaction that corrodes, or eats into the metal faucet. On top of this, ...
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  • You may go years without needing to worry about the shutoff valve underneath your sink. Eventually, you’ll reach down to shut off the water supply and notice that your once-trusty valve has worn out, leaks, and is in desperate need of care. Before you break out the toolbox, take note of what kind of plumbing your house has – if you live in a house with older galvanized piping, you should stop ...
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  • We should all know what not to put down our garbage disposals; coffee grounds, bacon grease, entire pineapples, etc. Unfortunately, these types of things can find their way into the disposal and clog one of the most important parts of your sink. While there are some clogs that require the skills of a professional to clear, there are a lot more that you can easily fix by yourself. Your first step ...
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  • There’s nothing more disappointing than turning on your shower and realizing that the pressure has dropped to pitiful levels. Low water does more than complicate your time in the shower or make washing dishes more difficult; it can signal issues with your pipes that, if not addressed, can lead to larger issues down the line. Leaks: Not only can leaky pipes have a nasty effect on your wallet, they ...
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  • No one likes a leaky pipe. We all know it’s wasting water, and may even signal a larger issue with your plumbing. While a small leak may feel like a minor inconvenience at the time, even the tiniest drip can build up to a much larger issue on your wallet. With every wasted bit of water comes some wasted money, but how much will it really cost? How much of an effect does a leaky pipe have on your ...
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  • Dealing with plumbing issues around the house can be stressful, especially if you aren’t experienced with that type of work. Even for a complete novice, some plumbing issues can easily be taken care of without the assistance of a professional. Even in cases where you can’t determine the exact cause of the problem, you may be able to deal with the issues currently causing problems yourself. Easy ...
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  • Properly functioning plumbing and drains make a home comfortable. They are the quiet crew that work behind the scenes of your house. However, when your drain or plumbing misses a cue, everyone will notice. They deserve the attention and care the rest of your house probably receives. You might wonder what the right products to use are. At artplayroof.ru, we understand how your pipes and ...
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  • Friends and family tell us little myths growing up that we transform into little truths. Everyone knows that an apple a day can keep the doctor away and that you should not go swimming directly after eating. However, similar sayings may not benefit your home. Often, what worked in the past may not work now. At artplayroof.ru, we are here to dismantle the myths that may affect your ...
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  • It seems like just yesterday that we were preparing for Thanksgiving and now the New Year is already here. Almost as important as having the ball drop in Time Squares, is the prospect of making new resolutions for the year to come. As people sing the final chords of Auld Lang Syne, they usually already have goals for the future. Many individuals like to focus on their health, family, and career. ...
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  • Thanksgiving is just a day away. That means plenty of delicious turkey and pies, exciting football games, and family gatherings. It also means a lot of extra strain on your home plumbing system! While you may look forward to post-Thanksgiving for the great Black Friday sales, we at artplayroof.ru know the day after Thanksgiving for another reason—it is often the busiest day of the year ...
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  • Everyone loves the holiday season. The crisp, cool air makes coming home cozy, comfortable, and relaxing. The fragrant smell of cinnamon, nutmeg, and a juicy turkey or ham fill the hallways and bring plenty of house guests. But before you get to cooking all your festive favorites, make sure you know what you can and can’t put down your sink this holiday season. The only thing worse than a burnt ...
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  • The tap…tap…tapping of a leaking faucet increases your water bill, but it can also cause agitation and annoyance. There is something distinctly aggravating about a leaking faucet, especially when you first notice. It seems like that is the only sound in the house. Don’t worry. If excess water is escaping your faucets, there are steps you can take to fix it. We’ve put together common solutions you ...
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  • There is nothing more frustrating than finding that your kitchen sink is stained from coffee, tea and food. Stains can make even a new sink look old and outdated. Fortunately, there are a few ways toprevent stains and keep your kitchen sink bright and white. How to Prevent Stains: Keep the Sink Dry - Keep your sink dry in between uses. Turn off the faucet and repair any leaks (even small ones) to ...
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