Or do! But first you need to make sure you can’t fix the clog yourself. All you need is a Kleenex (or any tissue, don’t buy into the name-brand myth) and a plunger. Stuff the tissue into the upper drain in the sink to prevent air flow, then run the water for a few seconds. Once the sink has drained, plunge it! I like fast, shallow plunges. When it sounds as if the water has returned to the sink, remove the plunger. So much gunk, right? Gross! And also, yesssss. A job well done! Wipe out the gunk with a paper towel or more tissues and repeat until little comes up. Your sink should drain smoothly now!
Weekend Warrior: Drains