Food, hair, grease, soap particles, and other gunk can line your pipes. Even if they don’t form a clog, they attract bacteria, which release foul odors.
- Clogged vent pipes: When debris clogs drain vents, water can start to pool in the sink. This sluggish water movement leads to stagnant odors.
- Sewer gases: Empty P-traps lets sewer gases to rise from the drain. And it only happens when the sink be used frequently.
- Plumbing errors: Missing traps or vents, leaks, and rotting drain tubes can also cause odors to seep from a bathroom or kitchen sink.
What are the reason of bad smell and odor from the drainage system?