At some point, even with your maximum effort, you’ll encounter a clogged sink drain in your home. Fortunately, there are natural methods to unclog a drain and clean out sluggish pipes without using harmful chemicals. Not only are these techniques environment-friendly, but they are also budget-friendly.
Cleaning with Baking Soda and Vinegar
When you think of vinegar and baking soda, you think about cooking. But when combined together, they make an excellent natural drain cleaner. Here’s what you need to do:
Pour a pot of boiling water down your drain.
Then, add a half cup of baking soda and let it …
So your sink is clogged and you’ve already tried various ways from pouring down boiling water to using a Drain-O, but nothing works. A plunger might be the one thing you need. A plunger is a remarkably efficient clog-busting device, but to make sure that its plunging force is supplied straight to the clog, it is essential that you cover any open air holes in the sink.
For bathroom sink, cover the overflow hole that is located at the side of the sink using your thumb when plunging. If you have a dual-basin kitchen sink, get a damp cloth and cover it to one of the sink drains before plunging the other sink drain. Unable to cover …
Foul odours can develop from drains, particularly in the kitchen where food remains stuck in the pipes. Bathroom sink drains are not immune to odour problems, but they transpire less often compared in the kitchen. Here are 2 simple ways to eradicate that stinky smell from your sink drains.
Combination of Vinegar and Baking Soda
We’ve learned first in our chemistry class that when vinegar combines with baking soda, it will become a cleaning agent. The fizzy reaction from this mixture helps freshen up the sink and loosen up drain clogs. You’ll need 1 cup of baking soda and an equal part of vinegar for this method. Follow …
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