Common Plumbing Issues With the Kitchen Sink

A sink in a kitchen is the place where you wash your dishes and other kitchen utensils. It has two-way water supply. At first, the fresh and clean water comes through tap with you wash your utensils. Then, there is draining pipe attached with the sink that takes the used water out. In this way, you continue to wash your dishes and let the wasted water to come out of the space via the draining pipes. This is a practice that you perform a number of times in a day. With the passage of time, the kitchen sink gets some problems that need to be fixed. If not treated well, the sink gets completely failed to serve you. Some of the common plumbing issues with kitchen sink are mentioned below.

Slow Draining Sink:

The first problem that occurs in a kitchen sink is about slow draining. It is a common problem caused due to hairs and other debris caught in the pop-up. In order to fix the problem, you will have to clean out the debris. For this purpose, you can use zip-it. It is a kind of plumbing tool that is quite handy in cleaning. As another option, you can get the pop-up out of its place and clean it from debris and hairs. These pop-ups are attached with the help of a nut. To unscrew the nut, use pliers and get the pop-up out. Once removed, it can be easily cleaned.

Slow Draining Sink

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The Different Types of Silk

Silk has been in human use for past thousands of years. Ancient civilizations such as The Indus Valley Civilization knew much about it. The Indus Valley Civilization was present on Earth as early as 2500 BC. Silk is a natural protein fiber just like our hairs. It is usually used from silkworms that are kept in captivity. There are many other insects that also produce silk, but the one from this particular insect is only used for textile purposes. China is the largest producer of silk in the world followed by India. Particular, Indian chiffon sarees are very famous throughout India. In past, silk thought to be a product of elites. Today, there are many types of silk available in the world. A brief introduction of these types is given below:

Chiffon Silk:

This silk is at the top of the table. It is immensely popular throughout the world. In India and Nepal, Chiffon sarees are purchased and worn by elite ladies where it is a symbol for status. It is the lightest of all the other silk types available in the market and also the most see-through as well. Some kind of backing is required to use this type. Chiffon scarves are also famous among the ladies who use them for covering their heads. Continue reading