If you’re a homeowner you need to learn how to unclog your plumbing or have the number of your local plumbing repair service on hand. Believe it or not, you can handle small clogs on your own. Just use the tips in the blog post to handle them. If your plumbing is still clogged after using these tips you may have a major clog on your hand. In that case, give your plumber a call.
Natural Way to Unclog Your Plumbing
- Prevention is key - You’ll be glad to know you can prevent a lot of plumbing clogs if you just spend time maintaining your plumbing. One of the easiest ways to accomplish that is to pour boiling water down your drains once a week. Simply put on a tea kettle of water, bring it to a boil, and pour it down your kitchen sink. Repeat the same actions for all of your sinks and shower drains.
- Don’t do this to your toilet - You can prevent most toilet clogs by putting a small garbage can in your bathroom. This will make it a lot easier to stop putting garbage in your toilet. Putting garbage in your toilet will clog your toilet, so do yourself a favor and start putting it in your garbage can.
- Baking soda and vinegar - If one of your drains are already clogged, go to your kitchen and grab baking soda and vinegar. It’ll work wonders to relieve the clog. Start off by pouring a cup of baking soda down your drain. Wait a minute and then pour a cup of vinegar down your drain. Allow, a few minutes to pass and pout a tea kettle of water down your drain. Repeat this 2 to 3 times or until the clog passes. If your sink or drain is still clogged, use your plunger and see if that helps. If nothing changes and your drain is clogged, call your plumber.
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