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    • Naomi Shindler

      bye bye draino - Just use 1 cup of baking soda, followed by 1 cup of white vinegar. After letting the foaming mixture sit for 1 hour in the drain, flush with hot water. #how to unclog a drain

    • Erin Brodsky

      DIY Drain Cleaner-SO Easy!! Pour 1 C baking soda into clogged drain, followed by 1 C white vinegar. Let all sit for 1 hour then flush with hot (or a pot of boiling) water. I'm so doing this right now in my laundry sink! Update- this worked amazingly well and my ridiculously clogged up laundry room sink is free & clear!

    • RecycleMark

      How to Unclog a Drain with Natural Products | Recyclemark #recycle, #repurpose, #unclog, #drain, #bakingsoda, #vinegar, #cloggeddrain

    • Jodi Tolley

      Unclog a drain with natural products. If you add salt to the baking soda it will help scrub the gunk away.

    • AJ

      How to Unclog a Drain with Natural Products - Using natural products is safer on your septic system as well as saves you money, it's green! Instructions: Mix 1 cup baking soda + 1 cup of white vinegar (make sure it is a white vinegar and not Apple cider vinegar) and pour it down the drain. Allow this concoction to sit for an hour before flushing. Flush with scalding hot water to remove any grease residue. If your drain has not completely unclogged, simply repeat.

    • Linda Fennell

      use equal parts baking soda and vinegar to unclog drains.. bye bye draino

    • Jean Roberts

      great idea. bye bye draino 1cup vinegar + baking soda = unclogged drain

    • Tiffany Herrera

      1 cup baking soda + 1 cup white vinegar = unclogged drain

    • Leanne Holifield

      Cleaning tips: for a clogged drain

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