If you have a garbage disposal in your sink you know how helpful it is in your kitchen! One of the main reasons your kitchen might smell is because your garbage disposal needs to be cleaned out! Every now and then the disposal itself needs to be cleaned to eliminate odors that might be lurking around down there. You can buy chemical products that declog your garbage disposal or you can make a natural deodorizing method that is also cheaper than commercial products! Below we have some quick ways to absorb the smell in your garbage disposal!
The last thing you want to do after making dinner and washing the dishes is clawing out remains of food scraps. Thank god for garbage disposals, it saves you the hassle of a gross task and that is why it is important to keep up your garbage disposal maintenance! Homeowners fail to properly use their garbage disposals which can lead them to face frequent problems. No worries! With these simple procedures, your garbage disposal will be kept up to maintenance and it will reduce your chances of problems!
As our planet and the environment around us is trying to become more sustainable and environmentally responsible it is important to take precautionary steps to help out in every way possible. Although it may not seem relevant, trash compactors can contribute to this responsibility. They can also help us in other ways we may not have even known about. Here are the benefits of using a trash compactor for your household or your business.
The holidays are almost here and before you know it, your guests will be knocking on your door. With so much to do in addition to your regular day-to-day, it can get a little stressful. We thought we’d help you out with a quick list of tips and to do’s for those last few days before the main event. Continue reading
You have noticed some water leaking from the bottom of your sink that seems to be coming from your garbage disposal. If a unit inside of your disposal is leaking, it most likely needs to be replaced. Some repairs require a specialist, but other can be replaced by simple do-it-yourself steps!
The leak could be coming from four common areas on you garbage disposal:
The sink flange – silver part above cutting chamber where the sink and disposal unit connect directly
The inlet hose- the black rubber hose connecting to the upper part of the black cutting chamber
The drain – drain pipe attached in the middle of cutting chamber, below hose.
The bottom of the disposal – water could be draining from the bottom of your disposal – Call a specialist