In our home, we try to use natural items to clean our home whenever possible. Naturally, every home has a bathroom sink and tub, when a person showers, they lose hair, when men shave, their hair drops in the sink, when people brush, comb, and dry their hair, it generally ends up in the sink. You can clean up the hair but there’s always a piece or two (or 3, 4, etc…) that ends up going down the drain. Over time, the drain doesn’t drain as well as expected; that’s when you know it’s time to physically clean out the pipes of your bathroom sink and tub.
Bulldog man removed the stopper on the sink and the drain guard on the tub to clean out the pipes.
First off, he places a wire or screwdriver down to pullout any hair or scum, which makes it easily accessible by using his forceps.
Second he pours baking soda (1 to 2 cups) down into the pipes, and then pours apple cider vinegar (1 gallon), we used this because it was the only vinegar I have stashed in the house right now. You can use any type of vinegar stored at your home.
Stir the baking soda and vinegar concoction with hands, spoon, or screwdriver (whatever you have on hand) until it all goes down your drain pipes.
Next, boil a tea pot of water, pour it down your pipes, and there you have it; your pipes should be cleaned out and the water will drain properly.
Continue this process another time if your pipes are really blocked.
If this process doesn’t help you, then you really have a problem and need to contact a plumber.