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    TONS OF CLEANING IDEAS baking soda and vinegar to clean clogged drain without chemicals

  • Pamela Hill

    Baking Soda as Drain Unclogger To get your drain running again (without resorting to chemicals worthy of a hazmat suit) pour ½ cup soda, then ½ cup vinegar, down a clogged drain. Cover it with a wet cloth, wait 5 minutes, uncover, and flush with steaming-hot water. #how #to #unclog #a #drain

  • whiterose1964 .

    Baking soda used to clean drain Baking Soda as Drain Unclogger To get your drain running again (without resorting to chemicals worthy of a hazmat suit) pour ½ cup soda, then ½ cup vinegar, down a clogged drain. Cover it with a wet cloth, wait 5 minutes, uncover, and flush with steaming-hot water.

  • Eleanor Hanson

    So I just saved a buttload of money on drain cleaner with this home remedy. (Not to mention worrying about what the drain cleaner might do to my pipes). - Baking Soda as Drain Unclogger: To get your drain running again (without resorting to chemicals worthy of a hazmat suit) pour ½ cup soda, then ½ cup vinegar, down a clogged drain. Cover it with a wet cloth, wait 5 minutes, uncover, and flush with steaming-hot water. LOVE IT!

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