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Here's the how to:
- Sprinkle about 1/4 cup of baking soda into your drain, then pour about 1 cup of white vinegar on top of it
- While the above mixture is doing its' thing, boil a whole teapot of water. Once it's done (should be at least 7-10 minutes), go ahead and pour that whole pot
- For extra drain declogging, poke a skewer all up in your drain to help push things down. I do this particularly to break up all the hair I may or may not rinse down there.
That's it! So easy, so inexpensive, and no scary chemicals.