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How to Unclog a Drain
A slow draining sink, shower or bathtub indicates a partially clogged drain. Waiting until your drain stops completely before taking corrective action will prove more expensive and complex than tackling slow drainage in time. In many cases sluggish drains can be rectified with simple, homemade remedies without requiring professional plumbing repairs. If you ignore a slow drain - most probably you will find yourself calling plumbers to unclog your completely blocked drain.
Avail of Plumber Washington DC homemade remedy for a moderately blocked drain:
1. Pour 1/2 a cup of baking soda down the problematic drain followed by 1/2 a cup of vinegar.
2. Wait 3 hours before flushing your drain with water.
If grease accumulation is the cause of your slow drain try pouring 1/2 cup of salt with 1/2 a cup of baking soda, followed by a teakettle of boiling water.
Weekly preventive maintenance will keep your home drains emergency free, clogless and odorless. Mix in a container a cup of baking soda with a cup of table salt, and 1/4 cup of tartar. Stir solution and pour 1/4 cup into the drain followed with a cup of boiling water. Wait 10 seconds and run cold water down the drain. Even just flushing your drains with boiling water on a weekly basis will go a long way at preventing slow or clogged drains.