Not to over-share, but I just brushed my teeth, rinsed with mouthwash, and now the drain in my sink is freaking sizzling!
This is disturbing. It's making me worry for a couple reasons.
1) Holy crap, the stuff I just had in my mouth is strong enough to make my sink sizzle! That can't be healthy.
2) The mouthwash might be eroding my sink. OMG ! What if the plumbing is so old that the mouthwash is literally eating it away as I write this? What if I leave thinking everything is fine and come home to the fire department trying to contain some sort of freak mouthwash-erosion fire? Or maybe it will leave a huge hole in the floor where the sink used to be.
Should I run the water? Maybe that will make it thin out and stop the sizzle-fest in the drain. What if it just makes it worse - like eating hot peppers and drinking water? Water just spreads the burn around. (Milk will stop the burn from peppers, just saying.)
I'm going to run the water. Maybe I turned the water off too soon and that is why I have never heard this before. Oh man, I wonder how long the mouthwash has been trying to destroy my plumbing.
I don't need this kind of stress just brushing my teeth. Well, fingers crossed and hope for the best. If you never hear from me again, know that I probably sank into a mouthwash-created sinkhole in my own bathroom.