DIY Drain-O:  1/2 cup baking soda 1 cup vinegar 1 gallon boiling water Carefully siphon all the baking soda down the drain. Pour in 1/2 of the vinegar, covering the hole so the fizz is forced down, not up (omit this for toilets, please!). Add the second half of the vinegar, following the same procedure. Allow to sit for 15 minutes or so, and then flush with an entire gallon of boiling water.

DIY Drain-O: 1/2 cup baking soda 1 cup vinegar 1 gallon boiling water Carefully siphon all the baking soda down the drain. Pour in 1/2 of the vinegar, covering the hole so the fizz is forced down, not up (omit this for toilets, please!). Add the second half of the vinegar, following the same procedure. Allow to sit for 15 minutes or so, and then flush with an entire gallon of boiling water.

Unclogging a bathtub drain doesn't have to be complicated or expensive so long as you have the right know-how.

Unclogging a bathtub drain doesn't have to be complicated or expensive so long as you have the right know-how.

What You Need to Know When Unclogging Bathtub Drains | DoItYourself.com

What You Need to Know When Unclogging Bathtub Drains | DoItYourself.com

What You Need to Know When Unclogging Bathtub Drains | DoItYourself.com

What You Need to Know When Unclogging Bathtub Drains | DoItYourself.com

Anyone can unclog a bathtub drain with this simple tutorial.

How to Unclog a Bathtub Drain (the Easy Way)

UNCLOG BATHTUB DRAIN Without Chemicals - Family Handyman recommends removing hair first and then gives step-by-step instruction on each type drain.  Easier than you may think.

Unclog a Bathtub Drain Without Chemicals

UNCLOG BATHTUB DRAIN Without Chemicals - Family Handyman recommends removing hair first and then gives step-by-step instruction on each type drain. Easier than you may think.

Richard Trethewey gives advice on how to unclog a slowly draining bathtub

Tackle a Slow-Draining Bathtub

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