Homemade Drain Cleaner

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This Homemade Drain Cleaner is Green friendly and Non-Toxic. These are the tips that are important to share.

You can be sure a several decades back natural products were the only things used to clean most homes. Our grandmothers would not have believed that when you go to the store today, the shelves are lined with cleaning products that come in all shapes, sizes and colors from a multitude of companies, all promising the best results with the least amount of effort. Big dollars and marketing are likely one of the biggest contributing factors to why all these toxic, non-environmentally friendly products became so popular.

Drain cleaners are one of the most toxic, corrosive products on the market. As a matter of fact, many condominiums and apartments have it in the 'Rules' NOT to put draino's down the pipes as they can have a negative effect over time. Our featured article from blogger Sara and her website 'My Merry Messy Life' tells us a pretty frightening story about someone that accidentally drank some toxic drain cleaner and you will learn more about that a bit later.

So do you have a stinky drain in your kitchen? As careful as we are bits of food do sneak past and get down there. What about your garbage disposal system, is it fresh as a flower or do you notice a nasty smell everytime you get near the sink?

Sara's homemade drain cleaner is worthy of a try! The picture gives away the ingredients of baking soda and vinegar, but once you get onto the website you are going to find out not only how it is used as a drain cleaner, but also there are tips for front loading washers, as well as unclogging pipes.

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