Do your pipes damage your drainage? You can uncover them on your own without requiring the help (or having to pay the fees) of a professional plumber. If you learn some techniques, this will be useful to take care of even the most complicated drains.

Prepare your own mix to uncover them with implements of the home. If you want to uncover your pipes, you can do it in an efficient and safe way for the environment using vinegar, baking soda and water. Baking soda and hot water will loosen any buildup that clogs the drain pipes, and the chemical reaction of the vinegar will cause the waste to pass through the drain.

  • First pour some boiling water into the drain.
  • Then pour 1/2 cup of baking soda and let stand for 5 minutes.
  • Now pour a solution composed of 1 cup of vinegar and 1 cup of very hot water. Let stand for 10 minutes.
  • Pour one more pot of boiling water into the drain to remove debris that has loosened from the baking soda and vinegar.

Buy liquid cleaners to uncover your pipes. One of the most common ways to clean the drain pipes is to purchase a liquid drain cleaner at your local warehouse. These chemical solutions are often very effective, but can sometimes damage the pipes if they are old or worn.

In the US are a lot of popular liquid from drain cleaners.
These products will have instructions on their packaging, but usually you will have to use an entire bottle to uncover the clogged pipes. The chemical solution should stand for a moment, but you should rinse it with warm water before giving it either a bath or a shower.

Clean the drain pipes with a powdered solution. Some people prefer to use powdered cleaners instead of liquids, since they corrode less the pipes. Most of these powders rely on the chemical sodium hydroxide, which uncover drains quickly. This works quickly; Therefore, does not require resting in the drainage stuck for long periods to act effectively.

In the USA Among the popular powder cleaners we have Thrift and Drain Care. If you are going to use these products, pass hot water through the pipes for 1 or 2 minutes before applying the powder. Use about 2 cups of powder (which will depend on the size of the drain) and allow it to sit for 2 minutes before rinsing with hot water.

Be careful when using chemicals. Chemicals dissolve the debris, hair, and dirt that often clog drains and drain pipes. For this reason, these chemicals are often extremely corrosive and could damage old pipes. Be very careful when handling these products, as they can sometimes cause injuries to the skin.

  • You can be even more careful if you only manipulate these products using rubber gloves.