How to make your own homemade drain cleaner?
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How to make your own homemade drain cleaner?

At home there are few things more annoying than clogged and stinky drains. Calling a plumber is expensive and inconvenient. Commercial drain cleaners can be full of chemicals that are harmful to the body and pipes. The good news is that you can make your own homemade drain cleaners at a very low cost by using natural household products. House Cleaning Ballard has some homemade cleaner ideas for cleaning the pipes and unclogging of the drains.

The advantages of cleaning solutions for green drains

When house cleaning, natural drain cleaning products are safer than chemical based toxic cleaners. These aggressive chemicals will eat up the pipes over time. In the long run, they will cause you more problems because they will erode your pipes.

During house cleaning, natural cleaners are safer, easier to assemble than the items you already have at home and are very convenient. Overall, you're helping to protect the environment by avoiding aggressive commercial waste cleaners.

1. Update the drains with baking soda and vinegar

When house cleaning, baking soda and vinegar are ideal for do-it-yourself cleaning: they match perfectly. Use this duo to unclog the drain by mixing 1/2 cup of baking soda with 1/4 cup of cooking salt and pour it into the drain to identify any problems. Then pour 1 cup of hot vinegar into the drain. Cover the drain with a stopper or tape to prevent the mixture from leaking. Let it sit for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes, run hot tap water or pour boiling water into the drain for 30-60 seconds that will make your drain smooth and going. 

2. Draining tartar cream

When house cleaning, another combination to unclog the drain is by combining two cups of baking soda with 1/8 cup of tartar and half a cup of salt. Mix the solution in a jar giving it a good shake. Pour two cups of boiling water into the drain and add your homemade mix. During house cleaning, let it sit for at least an hour. If it is still clogged, pour a cup of baking soda and a cup of vinegar into the drain, followed by two cups of boiling water. Let it sit overnight to clean the drain.

3. Borax, salt and vinegar.

When house cleaning, you can unclog the drain with 1/4 cup of salt and 1/4 cup of borax with 1/2 cup of vinegar. During house cleaning, pour the solution into the drain followed by a pot of boiling water. Let it sit for at least an hour before rinsing it with hot water.

 

If your pipes are dirty and messy and you are are still looking for more tips in which you can learn what other homemade products can you use to clean your pipes then you can get in touch with your local House Cleaning Ballard experts for more details or book an appointment with House Cleaning Ballard experts now.