I can't get my tub unclogged, the water goes got real slow. Help!!

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  • Ruth Hunt Ruth Hunt on Jul 19, 2017
    try pouring baking soda down the drain follow with vinegar....let stand a few minutes...pour hot water down drain...repeat if necessary. I do this monthly to keep drains clear
  • Mike Weddell Mike Weddell on Jul 19, 2017
    Check to see if there is anything, like hair, around the surface of the drain. If there is nothing there, then the clog is possibly in the trap in the pipe. Fill the tub with water, start to drain the tub and take a toilet plunger, place it over the drain and start plunging to try and loosen whatever is in the drain.
  • Allison Allison on Jul 19, 2017
    I had the same problem until I removed the overflow cap and pulled out the linkage, it was covered in nasty hair and soap scum. It did the trick, made me gag, but I was no longer afraid of drowning in the shower;)
  • Amanda Amanda on Jul 19, 2017
    boil many pots of burning hot water 4-5 when each come to a boil, take off heat and pour down drain.... Works like a charm every time for any clogged pipe ... Even toilet bowl after the water has lowered a bit of course and maybe a tiny bit of plunging.... But yes try this for your tub.... Also see if there is hair in the drain use tweezers to grab and pull you may be surprised of the culprit...Good luck...
  • Darlene Mccullough Istre Darlene Mccullough Istre on Jul 19, 2017
    its probably hair I clean mine monthly it's gross but keeps the plumber away.
  • Sharon Sharon on Jul 19, 2017
    Go to hardware store, and get one of those drain snakes to get the hair and muck out, then get some Robotic drain cleaner and mix with some warm water and put down the drain and leave all night, then run hot water in the morning. You can repeat if needed, I have also used followed up with the plunger.
  • Pat Pat on Jul 19, 2017
    I bought one of those drain snakes with the hooks to get hair out of the drain.....didn't work with my plumbing....so have been doing what my plumming company told me.....pour 1/2 gallon of chloryx down the drain every month.
  • Jason Walker Jason Walker on Jul 19, 2017
    poor bleach n let sit then run a snake
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