Drains legally belong to the owner or occupier of the property they are connected to, even if they go under someone else's land or a road the owner or occupier is responsible for maintaining or unblocking them if there are problems. There are strong chemical cleaners designed to tackle truly clogged drains (and boy, do they smell like they're working!), but for prevention and regular maintenance, a diy unclogger (a professional term!) will do this method combines a couple.
Added: 2020-05-09 | Category: one