Submitted by hank on 1/24/05 at 5:44 PM. ( )

I dumped buncha grease down the sink,and now it over flowing!What can I use to unclog it?Any help?PLEASE!1

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turn off the water source

This response submitted by bet you learn better now on 1/24/05 at 5:47 PM. ( )

then take apart the elbow below with a bucket to catch water.

remove the trap

This response submitted by ohno on 1/24/05 at 5:49 PM. ( )

clean the grease out put it back. or pour boiling hot water down it with some dish soap then continue to flush it with hot water for 5 minutes from the spout good luck


This response submitted by ohno on 1/24/05 at 5:53 PM. ( )

don't do that anymore


This response submitted by hank on 1/24/05 at 6:13 PM. ( )

fixed it guys!thank! IT turned out not to be the grease,but a rag!LOL........never mind

My brother in law...

This response submitted by marty on 1/24/05 at 7:07 PM. ( )

When over one time took some bacon grease and poured it down my drain. I let him have an earful! But, he had actually seen this as a "tip" in some magazine. I asked him if it was "High Times". He got mad at me for getting so mad at him but I couldn't hold back. I thought EVERYBODY knew that you don't put greasy stuff down drains, but apparently not...

The stories I could tell you

This response submitted by Craig on 1/24/05 at 11:46 PM. ( )

Potting soil is a good one, in a 2" line for about 100 feet solid.

How about concrete because the masons thought it would flush with enough water.

Or the time I pulled a full size bath towel out of a 4 inch main. This was from the main drain of the house of the President of Brockport College. Neither he nor his wife would admit to that one.

Or the size XXXXXL whitey tighties that someone flushed down a toilet in the Student Union. I never saw a pair of underwear that big before but they sure made a mess of the first floor lobby. We pulled a towel out with that one too.

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