I have been doing ALOT of work
lately and things are bound to happen.
I was cutting a fiberglass
hole to mount a chartplotter
and my Sink in the galley
is right beneath it. So it got a lot of fiberglass
shavings in there.
I stupidly rinsed them down the drain. It promptly clogged.
I disconnected the pipe and poured out a lot of fiberglass slurry from the hose into a bucket and the seacock and thru hull
drain great now.
However, in an effort to get it flowing before I removed the hose, I tried
Opening and closing the seacock, just to see if that was where the obstruction was. It wasn't, but I think I got shavings in there and it is frozen open now,
What can I do? Someone said pour oils down the sink, will that lubricate it? I'm not able to put to much leverage on it at all because it's behind the engine
and at a weird angle.