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  • Michelle Boroski

    Natural Homemade "Drain-o" Drain Cleaner Drain De-Clogger Recipe: 1/2 cup baking soda 1 cup vinegar 1 gallon boiling water Carefully siphon all the baking soda down the drain. Pour in 1/2 of the vinegar, covering the hole so the fizz is forced down, not up (omit this for toilets, please!). Add the second half of the vinegar, following the same procedure. Allow to sit for 15 minutes or so, and then flush with an entire gallon of boiling water.

  • Jann Lines

    All natural drain cleaner recipe. <3 All it is is a 1/2 cup of baking soda, a cup of vinegar, and some boiling water. :)

  • Kim DeYoung Ybarra

    Some landlords explicitly forbid tenants from using Drano, and some folks don't love the idea of pouring it down the same sinks they drink and shower from. Reach instead into your cupboard and pull out some—yeah, you probably guessed it—baking soda and vinegar, and match in the amounts prescribed by the Bonzai Aphrodite blog, along with some very hot water. That should agitate and gently dissolve anything that's not too greasy or stone-solid in your plumbing.

  • Kiri Shipp

    Top ten DIY cleaning tips. From de-funking towels to getting rid of underarm stains.

  • Stefani

    Natural Homemade 'drain-o' - tried this on our bathroom sink and it worked great... didn't fully drain until I had flushed with the full gallon of boiling water (one kettle at a time)

  • Bridget Eastman

    DIY Drain-O: 1/2 cup baking soda 1 cup vinegar 1 gallon boiling water Carefully siphon all the baking soda down the drain. Pour in 1/2 of the vinegar, covering the hole so the fizz is forced down, not up. Add the second half of the vinegar, following the same procedure. Allow to sit for 15 minutes or so, and then flush with an entire gallon of boiling water.

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