10 Things You Should Never Put Down the Drain


By Dr. Mercola Your kitchen sink consistently rates as one of the dirtiest places in your home. According to NSF International, a public health and safety organization, your dishrag and kitchen sink top the list of places in your home with the most germs.1 Even worse than the bathroom or toilet seat, your sink is the ideal place for illness-causing microbes to thrive. Your kitchen sink may be a source of frustration when it becomes clogged, or may be an area through which you inadvertently are polluting the environment. The plumbing in your home may seem like a mystery since it’s usually hidden behind walls and under the sink. However, once you understand how it works in your home, and how it’s treated when it leaves your house, you’ll have a greater ability to maintain your plumbing pipes and reduce your impact on environmental pollution.How Plumbing Works The plumbing in your home is a little like the arteries and veins that transport nutrients and oxygen around your body. The term
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