How To Unclog Your Drains Naturally

How To Unclog Your Drains Naturally

How To Unclog Your Drains Naturally

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According to this plumber in Yorba Linda, you can easily unplug your drains without having to call in a professional that could cost you lots of money. All plumbing systems develop clogs overtime there’s no way to avoid it. We’ll show you how to clear your clogs in a kitchen sink, bathtub, toilet and floor drain. More and more people are trying to keep toxic chemicals out of their household but most people are still using harsh concoctions to unclog their drains.

Learn how to unclog your drain naturally with the simple ingredients that are probably already in your kitchen. Check out this great article below and see this simple way to naturally clean your drains. But if you find a hard time doing this, try to contact a plumbing service that have the best plumbers like these guys who might have a solution for your clogged drain without using harsh chemicals.

How To Unclog Your Drains Naturally

The Power of Baking Soda and Vinegar
I’m pretty sure baking soda and vinegar are like the Batman and Robin of natural cleaning. I mean, combined these two are almost unstoppable.

Using baking soda and vinegar

1/4 – 1/2 cup baking soda
1/2 – 1 cup white distilled vinegar
1/2 – 1 gallon of boiling water (8 – 16 cups)

You’ll also need something to “plug” or cover the drain after you pour in the ingredients.


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Before you begin make sure to remove any drain stops or plugs. You want an open drain for this to work.

Pour baking soda down the drain. Really get it down. I’ve used the skinny part of a funnel before to help “ease” the stuff down. (Ease, shove… whatever.)
Pour in half the vinegar and quickly cover the drain with something to keep the “fizz” going down the drain. (Sense a pattern here?) Once it has stopped fizzing, pour the remaining vinegar and quickly cover the drain again.
Keep it covered and let the mixture sit for 15 – 30 minutes. Use this time to boil your water.
Slowly pour boiling water down the drain. Nice, easy, and slow. Pour it directly into the drain.
Depending on the severity of the clog, you may have to repeat this entire process 2 or even 3 times. But trust this dynamic duo to do its thing!

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