How to Unblock a Shower Barnet

Do not be surprised. Baking soda is a powerful natural cleaner that you can use all over the house, not only to remove floor scuffs and stains, clean the sink and microwave, or freshen a refrigerator and thermos but also to solve one of your most common problems in the bathroom –unblocking a shower. When dealing with a Blocked Shower Barnet here are two ways to use baking soda to unblock your shower.- Using baking soda and vinegarPour a half cup of white vinegar and a half cup of baking soda into your shower drain. Wait for a couple of hours to see if the clog gets dissolved, then clean out the drain by pouring boiling water down it. This combination of two can break down the stuck leftovers in the drain. – Using baking soda and saltIf you are running out of vinegar, don’t be discouraged. Baking soda can also be mixed with salt to solve the problem. Pour down a half cup of baking soda with a half cup of salt in your blocked shower drain. The same as with the previous point we mentioned with vinegar, you also have to add the boiling water for the expected result. They can produce a chemical reaction that will break down any compound that blocks your drain.After your blocked shower gets unblocked, you might want to clean your bath tub area. When working on a Blocked Shower Barnet, there is another thing that baking soda can do for you. Make a cleaning paste with baking soda and bleach then apply it to a wet sponge to scrub off grime when wiping the tub down. Also for cleaning the toilet bowl, you can combine baking soda and vinegar all over again. Drizzle baking soda into the bowl then top it with vinegar, wait for it to fizz for around 5 or 10 minutes then use a toilet brush to scrub. Wipe underneath the seat to finish it off.