I have "push pull" style water valves under my kitchen sink and now the hot water valve closes itself.October 24th, 2016
When I push the valve back in, it will pop itself back out and so on and so on. This problem isn’t happening with the cold water valve. What is causing this and how can I fix it?
My kitchen is being remodeled and I have no sink, dishwasher, or countertop for a week. I do have a working oven/stove and microwave. I am trying to figure out meals (possibly toddler friendly) that use very little dishes (I am washing dishes in the bathroom) and don’t require a lot of prep
(no counter) Any Ideas?
I’ve already been kitchenless for a week-VERY sick of eating out
what do you use to clean a stainless kitchen sink? I have been using comet but i hate the residue it leaves behind. Also, how often do you clean your sink?
Not always put most of the time there is a bad odor when I run the faucett in the upstairs bathroom only.. what would cause this?
Hi my kitchen sink started to leak realy bad. At first we thought it was the U-pipe but it turns out to be coming from the seal where the straight pipe meets the underside of the sink (drain).
Can this be replaced without a plumber, or is it a sweated joint? I’d rather not replace the straight pipe, as it has a hole cut out for the dishwasher drainage.
Oh I should say that the nut under the drain is totally rotted off, it definitely can’t just be tightened up!
Someone accidentally poured bacon oil into the sink, and with the cold weather we’re having, it solidified. I don’t have any Drain-O or whatever, so does anyone know any home remedies?
without having to purchase drano……
I never put eggs down there. It is making me gag. What cleaner can I put down there? Or is it clogged with food?
My mistake i didn’t know that the pollen would stain hard surfaces.. threw a couple lily’s in the sink before the garbage and the pollen has stained the inside of my sink! The sink is made of corian and I’ve tried filling it with water and soaking, scrubbing, bleach, etc. What else should i try? I read 99% alcohol works for fabric..