Is dish soap good to unclog a bathroom sink do to HAIR?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Oct 29, 2017
    http://www.hometalk.com/14825523/easy-way-to-unclog-drain-with-common-household-products
  • Susan Latulippe Susan Latulippe on Oct 29, 2017
    dump in half cup baking soda, then add a heated half cup of hot vinegar and pour over. Leave 1 hour in the drain before adding a heated half cup of hot vinegar and pour over. Leave 1 hour in drain before adding water
  • Bonnie Gomez Bonnie Gomez on Oct 29, 2017
    Well I use it with a cup of white vinagar and soda.
  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Oct 29, 2017
    No! You have to get the hair out as it also traps soap scum and everything else that goes down the sink. There are these little plastic strips, you can get real cheap, that have barbs on them. They are made to pull hair out of the drains. Once you do this, you need to clean the scum out of the pipes. Put down a quarter cup of baking soda and about half to a cup of vinegar. Let it foam and fizz for at least ten minutes. Boil a gallon of water and put it down the sink to rinse everything away. You should have clear pipes now. It is good for any pipes and can be used on the tub, kitchen, all sinks to keep them clean. This shouldn't take you more than a half hour start to finish with time of a cup of coffee while you wait.
  • 2dogal 2dogal on Oct 29, 2017
    The best thing is to put baking soda and vinegar down the drain. It will bubble to loosen the clog. Then flush with a lot of boiling water. That should send the clog on it's way.
  • Anne Copeland Anne Copeland on Oct 29, 2017
    o, it should not be used as it will not help. You will need a plumbing snake or some drain unclogger that you get from a hardware store. You can shop online to get whichever is inexpensive. The best prevention is to get a little screen drain (they have them at the hardware stores, and you need to know how wide the drain opening is to get the right size. Keep that in the drain and if it gets full of anything (including hair), empty it out into the trash and you should not have this issue again.
  • Shelley Shelley on Oct 29, 2017
    I've also tried the baking soda & vinegar. Didn't work for me. I buy Insta-Flo at our local hardware store.
  • Eileen Eileen on Oct 29, 2017
    No
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