If your drain is getting clogged over and over again, and you’ve already hired a professional service, you might want to try some DIY options. This can help stop constant clogs and improve drainage over time. Keep reading to learn more about some do-it-yourself sewer cleaning options for homeowners.
The first thing that you should try is mixing together tartar sauce and baking soda in a 1:1 ratio and pouring it down the drain with hot water. The boiling water can be poured in after the solution to help further flush out the drain.
This should help with whatever clogging you’re currently having. If the issue is more extensive, you might have to go into the basement and open the drainage pipe. You’ll then put in a tool called a snake to try and pull out whatever is blocking the pipe. This is a more difficult process but can be more effective.
Want to see this process in action? Watch the video in this article. It provides a great demonstration of draining a sewer line manually at home. If you’re having more issues, it might be time to call a plumber again, or even get your pipes replaced.