Here is the tutorial for this method of unclogging a drain: https://www.wikihow.com/Unclog-a-Drain-with-Salt-and-Vinegar
A small box of baking soda
1/2 cup vinegar
1 quart of water
Hi Janna, to keep iyour drains clean and smelling fresh, here's alll that's needed once in a while.
Hello Janna, hope this helps,
After removing standing water from the sink, pour about ½ cup of table salt down the drain before you pour in the boiling water. Let it sit for a few minutes, and then flush with hot water to clear the mixture.
Here is a recipe, salt is antiseptic and abrasive, hope this helps you:
Bicarb and vinegar works much better to clean your sink.
Hi Janna, here is how you clean your sink drain with salt. Clean Your Drain
Pour 1/2 cup baking soda into the drain. Next, pour 1/4 cup white vinegar on top of the baking soda, and then 1/2 cup salt on top of both. Leave the drain for 15 minutes, and then pour boiling water into the sink.Oct 13, 2016
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If you are talking about cleaning the stainless steel stopper or stainless steel rim around the drain, scrubbing with salt does work well.
Perhaps this could help https://www.wikihow.com/Unclog-a-Drain-with-Salt-and-Vinegar
Hi Janna. To clean your drain pour in a half-cup of baking soda then add one- quarter cup salt. Walk away for 15 minuets and for the bubbling duo to do their thing. then wash away with boiling hot water to rid the drain of any remaining residue.
I’ve heard it used as an abrasives to scrub but I would be cautious down the drain. You can get a clog if it clumps, which salt does when wet very easily.
instead try a cup of baking soda followed by a cup of white vinegar. Cover the drain and boil water, after 5-10 minutes, uncover and pour boiling water down the drain.
There is a lot of information here:
Try this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVvs_jMqA_w
here is info on using salt
Hello. These links might be helpful.
I do this once a week to my sink and it works great and gets rid of any bad smells.
Hi Janna, there are lots of posts here on cleaning sink drains if you are still interested: