Consider this scenario: You’ve just washed your dirty utensils and discover that the drain’s clogged and there’s standing dirty water in your sink. There are many natural options in your kitchen that you can use to unclog your drain. The attached video shows several options to clear out your clogged drains.
A common trick is to pour several kettles of hot water down the drain. This should remove any grease and grime stuck in the pipes.
Another option is putting salt into the sinkhole. Salt is abrasive, a good disinfectant, and will remove any foul smells from your sink. Flush it down with hot water after letting it sit.
Baking soda and vinegar are a deadly combination. Remove the standing water from the sink. Pour a cup of baking soda, followed by an equal amount of vinegar, and allow it to remain for 15 minutes. Run hot water and check that the clogged drain has cleared. You can also use a plunger or a plumber’s snake if the above remedies don’t work effectively.
If you still have clogged drains, call a professional plumber to fix the problem. These natural remedies are better than chemical cleaning substances that can be toxic to you.