First of all, you should be wearing rubber gloves when you try to clear the clogged drain.
You can leave the water alone for a while to drain, or you can scoop out the water with a plastic cup or bucket. Whatever you choose to do, remember to wear gloves and a heavy-duty rubber rag. If the water drains slowly, you may not need to remove it manually, but it is still better than nothing!
Another way to clear a sink is to pour a mixture of vinegar and baking soda down the drain. Baking soda can help loosen a light stoppage, while vinegar will help you unclog a large drain. If you have a double sink, this solution will be most effective. The baking soda and vinegar mixture will fizz together to break up the blockage. Then, you can follow up with a hot water treatment to clear any residual debris.
The next tip to unclog a kitchen sink with stand water is to use a plunger. A plunger contains a suction cup, which will attract the clog and move it toward the plunger. Then, the drain should drain, and the clog should be gone. You may need to try this technique several times to get it to work properly. It can take some time, so don’t be impatient.