I've decided to fight the insurance company. Last weekend, several RV folks thought that it should be covered. I have a statement from Camping World that the problems are due to damages of road debris that I got hit by. I want to get at least two more statements if possible to make the case stronger. Now getting the RV to a couple of other people has been a challenge for me because of time or weather.
I also got my vacuum sweeper out & sat it on the floor. So far, it's not done a thing! Isn't that how it's supposed to work? You sit it there & it goes to work? Maybe if I plug it in, then it will go to work? Maybe that's the problem? Yes, that must be it!
Oh yea, the post was supposed to be about unclogging the sink. Mine isn't clogged, but I read on someone's blog (Tioga George http://blog.vagabonders-supreme.net/) how to unclog your drain. His was clogged. But in reading it, it was also suggested you do a baking soda/vinegar thing once monthly. My gray tank doesn't drain as quickly as it used to, so I think I'll try the baking soda method in hopes of helping to clear the system. I'm guessing that I should drain the tank first, then try? What do ya'll think? Here's how you're supposed to do this:
The simple ingredients of baking soda and vinegar can unclog sinks. Best of all, you're fixing the problem without pouring anything toxic down the drain.
- Baking Soda
- 1Remove contents from sink.
- 2Pour 1/4 cup of baking soda down the drain.
- 3Pour in one cup of vinegar into the drain.
- 4Cover the drain with a lid and wait fifteen minutes. The baking soda and vinegar will have a chemical reaction, breaking down the clog.
- 5Rinse the drain with hot water to clear it out.
- 6Repeat if necessary.
Read more: How to Unclog a Sink Naturally | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4504_unclog-sink-naturally.html#ixzz1kVIHG0LA
I hope everyone is having a great day - thanks for stopping by. Please give your opinions on maintaining the sink if you care to.
~As always, be kind to your pets, clean up after them on your travels & respect your neighbor~