You Will Need; Baking Soda (1 Cup/8oz), White Vinegar (1 Cup/8oz), Boiling Hot Water (16 Cups/1 Gallon), Lemon Juice (Half A Lemon). Firstly you will need to pour the baking soda down the drain you wish to clean, the baking soda is an...
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Baking Soda (1 Cup/8oz)
White Vinegar (1 Cup/8oz)
Boiling Hot Water (16 Cups/1 Gallon)
Lemon Juice (Half A Lemon)
Firstly you will need to pour the baking soda down the drain you wish to clean, the baking soda is an alkaline and has oxidising properties so it will help cut through any grease and other gunk in your drains.
Mix your white vinegar and lemon juice and then pour the mixture down the drain. This mixture is acidic so will react with the baking soda and agitate it. The baking soda should foam and dislodge some more harder to clean grime.
Give the mixture in the drain five minutes to work its magic, then pour down a gallon of boiling hot water to flush out the remaining grease, gunk and your foam mixture. You should notice you are left with a sparkling clean drain.