How do I clean a sink stopper or wash with water and chemicals? First, try using water to remove the upholstery. Quickly pour a bucket of water into the bowl or sink and wait for it to drain. The power supply can help clear the blockage. If that doesn’t work, use a chemical product that will help clear the blockage, such as: B. Domestos. Always wear gloves when handling chemicals and work in a well-ventilated area. When you’ve cleared the blockage, take time to wash the rest of the toilet or sink.
Use products like Domestos Original Toilet Cleaner or other bleach to maintain hygiene. However, remember to wear gloves to protect your skin and only use the product indicated on the label. If this is your first time using the detergent, test it on a small area first.
While the method above will help you get rid of most toilets in the toilet or sink, it won’t always work on solid materials that are harder to remove – like clothing, plastic, or anything else that has gotten stuck in the pipes. In these cases the spider is your best tool.