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How To Unclog A Drain

posted in Home & Garden > Repair
04/06/2015
  • Allow the boiling water and baking soda time to get to all sludge/hair/whatever is caught up inside your drain approx 10-15 depending on severity.

    Next unplug the drain and pour over the drain 1 cup of whit vinegar directly into clogged side/drain.
    The reaction you see is a bubbling and like a science experiment.
    There will be a small explosion when the baking soda and white vinegar combine which is just a gurgling noise with several bubbles and that means it's working so far.allow the soda and vinegar to bubble and watch as the drain begins to unclog from the reaction within 1 minute.

  • As you hear this working grab your next pot of hot water bring it to a boil medium heat.
    Pour the boiling water directly over the drain again to run the magical ingredients the rest of the way thru your drain. This unclogged a disposal at an apartment and it certainly worked right before my very own eyes.
    Last things last
    If your drain did not completely unclog and any standing water remains take a plunger and apply steady pressure to the drain which is still partially clogged up. Once you have the drain cleared be careful! This remedy is also good very good on other sites I looked at.

  • THIS Will work if you perform correctly on any sink. Use a plunger if the concoction does not totally free your drain.
    Run boiling water over drain large amount. Allow water to work thru. Place a 1/2 cup of baking soda watch as it bubbles a little. Now let sit for 10-15 minutes. After that time add 1 cup of vinegar then run 1 more out try to Ben off any calories :;/
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  • Try this way instead of what it shows in the picture. First boil a large pot of water. Next try and pour it directly over your clogged drain (if one side of a kitchen sink make sure to plug the side that is draining if it is.) The boiling water should help to loosen up whatever is stuck/built up in your drain or sink/tub. Pour 1/2 a cup of baking soda in after you have dukes the water and plug the drain allowing the baking soda and hot water to invade the drain if it's a disposal turn it on for 2 seconds but keep plug on drain so the baking soda has a chance to run thru the disposal.

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