Don't know how it is in Texas or with your landlord, but my lease states that if I have an emergency like this that the on-call maintenance team cannot fix, I can hire a 3rd party emergency 24/7 plumber, pay them out of pocket, and deduct that amount out of next month's rent (I actually think this is a Michigan law). Luckily I've never had to deal with something like that, and I'm sure it becomes a headache and a half proving to the landlord that it was a repair that couldn't wait for the maintenance team on retainer to actually figure shit out.Kitchen sinks which make horrible gurgling noises before beginning to backup with foul smelling, brown food particle filled water while you're sitting in the living room watching videos. After not using the sink all day. Thanks for clogging something upstairs neighbors.
And the on-call maintenance guy just left after making a mess in my kitchen with the industrial drain snake and unsuccessfully trying to fix the issue on his own so he has to come back tomorrow morning with some help.
Now I sit generally annoyed in my foul smelling apartment.
I'm just glad I was actually here to be able to pull out 3 buckets of the slop to dump down the toilet to prevent it from overflowing everywhere.
The use of this term as if it's an actually, like, real word with a technical meaning, and used throughout any conversation, multiple times.Brexit.
Yes but if you go to their website you can download a pdf listing 1000 other things it’s good for. Like restoring the look of the stainless steel kitchen waste bin or stopping your bathroom mirror from fogging up.It was created as a water displacer, not a lubricant.