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  • Gigi Nephew

    Best Natural Drain Cleaner need to mix 1/2 cup baking soda and 1/4 cup table salt the pour all this down the drain,Follow by pouring 1 cup of heated white vinegar next down the drain. It will foam and bubble but then leave it alone for about 15 mins. Now run hot water for about 30 seconds down this drain. Smell , your right it does no longer smell.

  • Katy Salls

    Homemade Drain Cleaner. Definitely helps, but not on super duper clogged drains (i.e., drains clogged with hair, etc.)

  • Ashley Ingram

    Unclog drain. Keep the plumber away- Natural Homemade Drain Cleaner 12 Aug posted by TidyMom 19 Comments Did you know that some Feng Shui masters say that clogged drains deplete finances, health, aspirations, travel, clog sinuses, and simply, wreak havoc in general. I don’t know about you……..but a clogged drain can be rather pesky and annoying, not to mention, rather costly if you have to call in a plumber. So to keep my life running smoothly, both literally and metaphorically, I look in my kitchen pantry for all the ingredients I need to unclog my pipes and I can do it without causing damage to the environment or my pocket book! Unclog a drain with Baking Soda and Vinegar Pour 3/4-1 cup of baking soda in the drain. Pour 1/2 cup vinegar in the drain and immediately cover the drain (I use a plug or set a plate over it – you want to keep everything inside the drain) Leave everything to sit and work for about 30 mins (don’t use the sink during this time) After 30 mins, remove the cover and let hot water run thru the pipes for about 2-3 mins. for really tough clogs you may need to repeat – but I find if I do this on a regular basis (about once a month) it keeps my drains clear and fresh with out any problems.

  • Mandy Harris

    I ALWAYS use this, it works so well!!!! Homemade Drain Cleaner. Vinegar and Baking Soda. #cleaning

  • Ell Laghezza

    Homemade Drain Cleaner using white vinegar and baking soda. Instructions per blogger for unclogging drains and for freshening drains.

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- the baking soda and vinegar works really well for unclogging but here is a recipe for keeping drains smelling fresh --> 1/2 cup baking soda with 1/4 cup table salt and pour down drain - follow by pouring 1 cup heated vinegar down the drain and let stand for 15 minutes - then run hot tap water for a minute

Drain Cleaner: Pour 3/4-1 cup of baking soda in the drain. Pour 1/2 cup vinegar in the drain and immediately cover the drain (I use a plug or set a plate over it ) Leave everything to sit and work for about 30 mins (don’t use the sink during this time). After 30 mins, remove cover and run hot water thru the pipes for about 2-3 mins. for really tough clogs you may need to repeat.

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'Pour 3/4-1 cup of baking soda in the drain. Pour 1/2 cup vinegar in the drain and immediately cover the drain Leave everything to sit and work for about 30 mins After 30 mins, remove the cover and let hot water run thru the pipes for about 2-3 mins.'

Unclog a drain Pour 3/4-1 cup of baking soda in the drain. Pour 1/2 cup vinegar in the drain and immediately cover the drain (I use a plug or set a plate over it –Let sit and work for about 30 mins Remove the cover and let hot water run thru the pipes for 2 mins. for really tough clogs you may need to repeat

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I had heard of using BS for clogged drains…so I looked it up on tipnut.com it said 1 c vinegar 1 c Baking Soda..wow..it actually worked I did have to do it twice cause I didn’t read it all the way thru the first time . I had a double sink n didn’t plug the other side. I did put in the stopped and did it all again and it worked in less than 5 mins. Try it !

Pour déboucher ses canalisations naturellement, verser 1/2 tasse de bicarbonate de soude, puis 1/2 tasse de vinaigre. Recouvrir avec un chiffon humide, attendre cinq minutes, découvrir puis faire couler de l'eau bouillante.