(Not Quite) Down the Drain: Six Common Items to Get Stuck

Jan 12, 2011 11:57 AM


Steph G. Mar 26, 2011 6:08 PM
Nothing works. I cannot unclog my kitchen sink. I never had this problem in the 20 years that I have lived in this house. I had to use two 2.3 L of Drano Max Gel in the kitchen sink a month ago to unclog it. And it is clogged again, despite following all the preventive measures. I again used two 2.3 L of Drano Max Gel, but the sink is still clogged. I am beginning to think that there might be some dirt obstructing the roof vent. Is there a Drano product that I could pour down the roof vent to see if that solves the problem?
Drano Team .. Apr 5, 2011 3:13 PM
Hi Steph. Sorry that Drano hasn’t worked for you thus far. Our Max Gel product is backed up by a full money-back guarantee; feel free to visit Drano.com to download the form and submit it for a full refund. Your drain issue sounds a bit more serious than just a clog. If there is dirt blocking the roof vent, Drano is probably not going to clear it away. We’d recommend calling a plumber at this point to come in and inspect the pipes. That way you can diagnose exactly what the problem is and get it fixed. Hope this helps!

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