How to Defeat a Smelly, Clogged Drain

Drains are all over our homes: the kitchen, the bathroom, the laundry room, the utility room. In the shower and bathtub, in the floor where the water softener drains.  If you have drains, you have a clogged drain now and then. And clogged drains are smelly and disgusting, which means your children certainly won’t take care of them, even if they are the ones who caused them. So, what can you do?  You have some home solutions to choose from, and when those don’t work, you have us.

Clogged Drain No More

clogged drain isn’t fun; it doesn’t add to the ambiance of your home. It is a
messy headache that you have to deal with. 
So what can you do? 

try unclogging it with a plunger (also known as a plumber’s helper).  Keep one for your toilet and an entirely
different one for your sink so you aren’t cross-contaminating with toilet germs
in the kitchen. You will see a lot of varieties, but which works best for your
is your choice.

solution is baking soda and vinegar. Just like your old grade school science
experiment, you can use the power of the baking soda-vinegar reaction to clear
a clogged drain. If you have standing water in your drain, this method will not
work until the water has drained, so don’t try it with standing water.

this method, first get a drain cover and have it on hand. Next, pour about a
gallon of boiling water down the drain, and when it has cleared, pour ½ cup of
baking soda down the drain. Now, keep the drain cover in one hand while you
pour 1 cup of vinegar down the drain, covering it immediately with the drain

cover will force the chemical reaction down into the pipes where it can clear
the clog. This chemical reaction is completely safe for pipes.

If that
doesn’t work, call us.