Unclogging Drain Has Never Been This Easy and Cheap. You Won’t Believe the 2 Natural Ingredients I Used!

Let’s not deny the fact that sinks and tubs accumulate objects from hair to food crumbs. These can cause clogging and won’t let water flow in. Plus, it builds up bacteria that make the entire area dirty and unclean.

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Sure, cleaning the drain is very easy with the use of cleaners intended for it. But they usually contain chemicals that can be harmful to the environment, air, and of course health. You don’t have to buy a bottle of kitchen cleaner. Just grab some vinegar and baking soda.

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Yes, you read that right – I’m going to share you how these two natural ingredients work in removing clogs and cleaning drains. It’s a natural solution that helps you save cash even for just a few bucks.

This has been a long time ago, but still proud to think about it and share our personal experience. For at least once in our lives, we have to deal with the bathtub and kitchen sink. It’s no surprise that we also had that same issue. So, yes don’t be stressed when you’re having some drain problems.

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You may call for a professional cleaner in just a few presses of the phone keys. But don’t bother paying for the bill. Simply open your cabinet and pick up the box of baking soda and the bottle of vinegar. The combination of these two is powerful enough to get rid of the clogs.

The use of this natural solution is not only cheap, but also toxic-free. You won’t have to worry the effects in the environment. It doesn’t certainly cause indoor pollution. Plus, it’s really effective in cleaning up germs and bacteria, and removing nasty stuff and stains, so give it a try!

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Here’s how to make a cleaning solution out of baking soda and vinegar. Oh, by the way, you can replace vinegar with lemon juice in case you run out of the former.

Ingredients:
1/4 to1/2 cup baking soda
1/2 to 1 cup vinegar (balsamic, apple cider, or white distilled)
1/2 to 1 gallon of boiling water

Method:
1. Find a stick or wear a pair of rubber gloves, and remove any stuff around the outer part of the drain.
2. Pour baking soda first down the drain.
3. Pour half of the vinegar, and immediately cover the drain.
4. Pour the rest of the vinegar and cover again.
5. Let the liquids work on their own, so keep the drain covered for at least 15 minutes.
6. Boil water, and once boiling, uncover the drain, and pour the water down the drain slowly and easy.

Isn’t this very easy to do and much better option than any commercial kitchen cleaners? It’s all natural, which means it involves lots of benefits.

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