Here’s an all-natural way to clean drains: shower drains, kitchen sinks, bathroom sinks, and more. I tried this on our kitchen sink (after a disgusting “mystery” smell took over, which was coming from the drain – gross!) and it worked great. The kids loved watching so they could hear the “fizz” in the drain after the vinegar mixed with the baking soda.
Natural homemade drain cleaner. I have a house full of hair!! 5 heads to be exact! I just used this in the girls clogged shower drain! It totally worked!! Had do it twice though, but it's good as new now!! Did not have to pull out a single nasty hair from the drain!!
FREE printable of homemade cleaner recipes. Eh, I have better ones for most of these... Incidentally, cheap dishwasher detergent (I prefer the Sun powder, it works the best for anything but dishwashers) can clean your sink, bathtub, and baked on stuff on a stovetop. May have to let it sit for a bit, but it rinses clean.
Store-bought drain cleaner can seem like a godsend when you're ankle deep in gross, dirty water. But, as any plumber will tell you, all those chemicals can take a toll on pipes. So before you bring in the big guns, try this two-step DIY trick. Trust us, it's easy.
This cleaner had done what so many other bathroom products had failed to do – it had managed to penetrate that stubborn, grimy, super-scum layer to reveal the clean, shiny surface underneath. I didn’t even know it could look that clean! I’ve been using this magic soap scum remover for about 4 years now, and I’ve never looked back. Here’s how you can make your own homemade shower cleaner.