Has your wedding ring or something of that nature ever fallen down the sink? You’ve all seen it happen in movies or TV shows. It’s typically one of those situations played by the damsel in distress who took her rings off to wash her hands or tackle a massive stack of dirty dishes. She then drops one of her rings down the drain, and it’s up to the stereotypically masculine male figure to retrieve it before it’s gone forever. Of course, this situation could always be reversed, but the media’s pretty damn sexist.
Well, because of our constant desire to help you guys grow and flourish as knowledgeable young gentleman, we’ve enlisted the help of Lou Manfredini, one of Ace Hardware’s go-to guys for this type of dilemma and other problems around the house.
Manfredini’s tips will be able to help you gentleman – and any ladies reading, of course – retrieve anything from your sink with the following tips. Just know that not all is lost and that your ring never actually left your sink’s drain. It’s just in the P-trap.
So without further adieu, here’s how to retrieve a ring from your sink’s P-trap, according to the tips sent to us from Mr. Manfredini. Don’t bother calling your local plumber and wasting your hard-earned money, as this is a job anyone can do on his or her own.