He Pours a Full Cup of Salt Down the Drain. The Reason Will Amaze You
Salt is not only for culinary uses. There are myriads for uses for salt around the home, and this use might surprise you!
Along the culinary uses, salt has a multitude of other uses in the household. It can be used for seasoning the food to clearing the snow during winter. Also, when consumed, it retains the water and prevents the body from dehydration.
Salt is great for cleaning the sinks, removing the iron stickiness and even unclogging the bathtub. This is not only an embarrassing experience, but it can pose a serious risk to people’s health because of the dangerous chemicals.
By using salt, you can easily clean your clogged drain and speed up the flow of pipes. The antiseptic and abrasive properties of salt will remove the grease, nasty odor and bacteria from the pipes.
What to use?
- ¼ cup of baking soda
- ¼ cup of salt
- ½ cup of white vinegar
How to apply?
In a small bowl, combine the baking soda and salt and stir them a bit until the salt soaks up the vinegar. Pour the mixture directly into the open drain. Pour half a cup of white vinegar into the drain. You will notice a foamy reaction and leave it like that for 15 minutes. Put the water on high heat to boil. When ready, pour it down the drain to clean any remaining powder.
The abrasive qualities of salt and the cleaning power of vinegar will help you clean the drain in a completely natural way without using harmful chemicals. This mixture can even penetrate into the most terrible clogs.
Check out this video to see the complete tutorial!