How to keep your kitchen sink running at 60 degrees Celsius (140 degrees Fahrenheit) in a few minutes:1.
Use a plastic bag with a hole in it to hold the water in place.2.
Cover the sink with plastic wrap and add a towel to prevent it from sticking.3.
Fill the bag with ice, and place it under the sink, so that the ice will not drip into the water.4.
Fill another bag with cold water and place under the water and the ice.5.
Remove the plastic wrap, seal the bag, and freeze the bag for 10 minutes, or until it is no longer cold.6.
Repeat steps 2-5 until you have a set of plastic bags that hold all the water you need.7.
Check your sink regularly and if it’s still running, you may need to use a pump to drain it.8.
Remove your plastic bags and check for any leaks.9.
If your sink is still running but you want to make sure the water is still there, take the plastic bag out and use a syringe to draw out the contents.10.
Fill a bucket with ice and place the ice in a bucket of cold water.
Fill the bucket with cold ice, seal it, and then drain it to drain the ice back into the bucket.11.
Repeat the process until the ice has been completely drained and the water has cooled down.