Garbage disposals are not indestructible. Billy the Sunshine Plumber will help if yours becomes damaged or clogged.
Although we’ve had some cooler days in Tampa Bay recently, the sweltering days of summer are ahead. So is hurricane season. And so is the closure of stone crab season.
“The recreational and commercial stone crab harvest seasons start Oct. 15 and remain open through May 1, closing May 2, 2022,” according to the state Wildlife Commission.
So, you stone crab lovers need to stock up now and get your crab fix before May 2. While you’re cooking those crabs, don’t forget to watch your plumbing, specifically your garbage disposal.
“Think before you flip that disposal switch. Garbage disposals are for getting rid of, well, garbage, right? Yes, but not all of it. Some things are better off composted or thrown away,” cnet.com reminds. “Your disposal can’t handle bones — even ones that have been cooked soft. Oyster, clam, lobster and crab shells are like bones and are usually too thick for a garbage disposal to chop up. Putting these in the disposal can lead to severe damage.”
If you do happen to put something in your garbage disposal that damages it or clogs up your drains and pipes, call Billy the Sunshine Plumber for help.
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