|Posted by Terry on September 07, 2002 at 22:49:24:|
|In response to Re: Garburator|
: We live in an older condo. The plumbing was not designed for garburators. Several owners have installed these appliances. Not everyone is aware of what things should and should not be put down a garburator. Can you provide a list?
Never put anything "stringy", such as celery or onion, or fat trimmed from meat. I learned this lesson the hard way, and paid the Roto Rooter company to learn this lesson.
Personally, I do not put egg shells or coffee grounds, although I'm not sure this would cause a problem.
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