How to be green #55

Instead of relying on bleach and conventional drain-cleaning products, which can give off harmful fumes, try a greener approach to clogged drains: scoop baking soda into the drain, add a good glug of

1st January, 2012

Instead of relying on bleach and conventional drain-cleaning products, which can give off harmful fumes, try a greener approach to clogged drains: scoop baking soda into the drain, add a good glug of vinegar, cover with a rag and leave for around 30 minutes. The bubbly reaction between the two ingredients should clear even the most stubborn blockages.

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