How to Unplug a Drain Easily
Clogged drains can be a pain. Water starts to pool up and if you try to wash your hands, the dirty water simply splashes back up on you. Obviously, this is not an ideal scenario for your business. Your customers and employees deserve better. Depending on the problem, you may need to call a commercial plumbing expert. However, most drain clogs can be solved with some simple solutions.
In this video, you will learn about several natural solutions to clogged drains.
Consider trying an even mixture of salt and baking soda. This mixture has been know to quickly unclog drains thanks to the chemical reaction that it produces. It is also 100% natural and will not harm the drain or anyone who uses it.
There is also another alternative that also uses baking soda. However, this time you only need a spoonful of baking soda. Instead of salt, use a cup of hydrogen peroxide instead. This will create a similar reaction to the salt and baking soda. However, it will be a little stronger which makes it a great option if salt and baking soda did not work.