Top 10 Kennesaw Plumbing Myths

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Kennsaw Plumbing Myth #1: Putting Lemons in Your Kennsaw Disposal to Make It Smell Fresh Is a Good Idea

When life gives you lemons, don’t put them down your Kennsaw disposal! You might succeed in briefly creating a fresher aroma in your Kennsaw a kitchen, but the citric acid from lemons corrodes the metal inside your Kennsaw disposal.

The Better Alternative:
Use ice to polish your Kennsaw disposal up inside, which works just like a rock tumbler polishing rocks; it’s noisy, but it works. Power wash the scum causing the odor from the drain without ruining your disposal.

Kennesaw Plumbing Myth #2: “In Tank” Cleaners Will Keep Your Kennesaw Toilet Sparkling and Smelling Like Roses

Spending money on “in tank” cleaners marketed to make your chores easier and decrease the time you spend scrubbing your toilet is one cost you can cut.

These products bleach smelly build-up white, but don’t get rid of it. Eventually, the build-up can ruin your toilet.

The Better Alternative: 
Use vinegar down the overflow tube. Vinegar removes smelly build-up that can damage the flow of your Kennesaw toilet for a fraction of the cost.

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