Homemade Drain Cleaner and Declogger

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Irisa Raina Recipe 9
x2
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New Iberia, LA (pop. 30,617)
Irisa
Member Since Mar 2012
Irisa's notes for this recipe:
This is very effect! And a whole lot cheaper...and safer than those store bought drain cleaners....:-)
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Directions

1
Mix the salt & baking soda and pour into drain.
2
Follow with vinegar
3
Wait 15 minutes then " slowly " pour 2 cups almost boiling water down the drain.
4
If it seems to be draining well, then repeat this every two weeks or once a month, or every other month as necessary.
5
If it still seems sluggish then repeat.

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user Marcy Baha missmarcy - May 9, 2012
Irisa, thanks for posting this! I have a slow drain right now!! I have the ingredients to do this today!
user Irisa Raina 9 Irisa - May 9, 2012
Marcy you are so welcome.....but remember if the drain is really running slow you may need to do this twice.....I do this to all my drain's once a month, whether they need it or not....cheaper than a plumber...have a wonderful Wednesday!
Irisa
user Marcy Baha missmarcy - May 9, 2012
Irisa I will do this once a month also once I get the drain cleared. Did not have time yet today to do this. Been one of those days! phewww! lol

Oh yes much cheaper than a plumber and also cheaper than commercial cleaners.

thanks again!
Marcy
user Marcy Baha missmarcy - May 10, 2012
Irisa - wow wow wow! I use to have to do 2 or sometimes 3 applications with commercial cleaners! One did the trick! Thanks for the info!

Will have hubby do the tub tomorrow then once a month to keep them clear!

Thanks Again!
user Irisa Raina 9 Irisa - May 10, 2012
Marcy....glad it worked for you.....now get that hubby cleaning...ha ha ha....have a wonderful Thursday!
Irisa

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