Unclog Toilet with Dishwasher Detergent
There is truly no need to buy harmful chemicals to unclog any of your drains. They are dangerous to have in the house, they are terrible for the environment and there are so many safer options that you choose from instead.
If you toilet is backed up, try some hot water. This might break up the clog and make the toilet easier to plunge. If that doesn’t do the trick, try adding some dishwasher detergent to really break through the mess.
Cable Ties Get Rid of Hair From Shower Drain
Cleaning out the hair built up in your shower drain is one of the worst chores in the world, but there is a simple trick to getting the hair out with spending too much money. All you need is a knife and a cable tie (sometimes called a zip tie).
What you want to do is use the knife to cut tiny slits onto both sides of the cable tie. These slits will catch the hair as you put the cable down the drain. Make sure not to cut the slits too deep; the longer the cable tie, the better.
Duct Tape and Plunger To Unclog a Sink
If you find yourself with a clogged sink, all your need is some duct tape and a plunger. The first thing you want to do is try clearing the clog with some hot water. If that doesn’t work, use the duct tape to cover the sink overflow, the opening right under the faucet or directly across from it. Now plunge away until the water starts going down.
Now you know what to do the next time your bathroom plumbing is not working according to plan.