Q: My roommate uses laundry bleach to unplug backed-up tub drains. She pours between two and three cups of bleach down the drain. drains. If you find that water is draining slowly from your sink or bathtub, household bleach is a very good substance for dissolving the hair, grease and muck. If you have newer plumbing, with PVC or copper pipes, your sink drain can In that case, use bleach to clean and disinfect the pipes and dissolve clogs. Once a. The other side of the coin is that certain things should never be done to the pipes, if you want to ensure that your toilet still flushes and faucets still work. Department of Health and Human Services DHHS , chlorine bleach is corrosive to the eyes; injures skin and mucous membranes on contact; and is harmful if swallowed. Let it run up to 5 minutes. Just throw all of it in the trash, and let the unit take care of whatever is left. You may need to plunge the sink for several minutes in order to loosen the blockage.
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Allowing bleach, or motor oil, or pesticides. Those drains usually drain fairly directly into water courses or the ocean without treatment. So, in general, we should use the less toxic stuff when we can, and limit the use of toxic cleaning products e. We can't assume that all of the damaging chemicals are being cleaned at the wastewater plant before being sent back into the environment. Even if they do clean the water really well, that means it is costing money and using energy and those costs are passed on to everyone on the.
If you aren't in a city, but are on a septic system, that's a whole different story. I don't know if that helps any. EPA has some information on their website as .