How to Unclog a Floor Drain?

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You do not want to put liquid plumber or drano down your drains. If you poor in a couple of cups of bleach that you use for laundry that will unclog most clogs in your drain.
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How to Unclog a Floor Drain
When floor drains or shower stalls clog, they can creat giant messes that spread throughout the house. While in some cases a plumber's expertise is needed, this method is a good first shot before calling in professional help. Water pressure from a garden... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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To unclog a floor drain, pour a cup of vinegar in the drain followed by a cup of baking soda. You should then be able to use a plumbing snake in the drain to remove whatever is obstructing it.
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1. Remove the drain cover. Put on a pair of thick, rubber workman's gloves and check the drain to make sure the clog isn't near the surface. If it is, it may be possible to reach
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To unclog a shower drain you need to either use a commercial product like Drano or remove the drain cover. Then you can get in there and remove all of the gross hair and debris that
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Anyone who lives in a house or an apartment experiences a slow-draining or clogged drain from time to time. While this situation is annoying, it can usually be remedied without resorting
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If the floor drain is that old, it's probably past its useful life. The best thing to do is have the drain system checked and replace the old system as needed. It will probably cost
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1. Remove the drain cover. Put on a pair of thick, rubber workman's gloves and check the drain to make sure the clog isn't near the surface. If it is, it may be ...
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