Terror In The Tub

Mar 31, 10 Terror In The Tub

how to unclig drains Ugh, gross! The shower drain is clogged, again. Why is it that despite our best effort, a few runaway strands of hair always make their way down to the drain? Then they start to build up and turn into a matted, soapy, disgusting clump that looks like it’s about to spring to life any second and attack you. It can make taking a shower more terrifying than Psycho.

Battling against “The Creature From the Drain” is like helping your abuela make morcillas for Christmas: unpleasant, but necessary. Should you find yourself out of Liquid Plumber at such a critical moment, a couple of household ingredients will help unclog your drain. Sorry, you will still need to glove up and stick your hand into that unholy cavern in order to remove the worst of it. Pour half a cup of baking soda down the drain followed by half a cup of white vinegar. Let stand for 15 minutes then flush with boiling water to remove the remnants of the micro ecosystem you’ve got going on down there. Sprinkling baking soda on your drain once a week can help keep it clean and build-up free to avoid “The Creature From the Drain: The Sequel”.

http://video.about.com/plumbing/Unclogging-Clogged-Drains.htm

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