- Buy your supplies or find them in your cupboard! You need White Vinegar and Baking Soda. This is a cheap How-To because most people have these on hand. Any name or no name products will work.
- No need to measure your ingredients. Just poor a good amount of baking soda into your drain until its sitting right above your drain. Then pour a good amount of vinegar on top and watch it bubble!! You will know you have enough vinegar in the drain when it stops bubbling.
- Let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes depending on the severity of the clog. After time is up pour hot water into the drain. I recommend doing this every month to keep soap build up from forming in the pipes.
Don’t boil your water. If you have plastic pipes the water may melt the pipes and you will have a bigger problem on your hands.