Baking Soda and VinegarnPour one cup of baking soda into the drain, followed by the same amount of vinegar, and let it sit for 10 minutes. While waiting, boil a pot of water, then pour that boiling water down the drain to flush the baking soda and vinegar.Nov 23, 2021,
If you are detecting foul sewer odors inside the house, this means that there is a weak link somewhere in your plumbing system. Possible sources include bathroom sink drains, toilets, kitchen drains, basement drains, old cast iron piping, or even the vent stack that goes out through your roof.Jul 15, 2016
Baking soda is an ever-popular cleaning method as it reacts with boiling water and kills most odours. Sprinkle a teaspoon of baking soda down the plughole of your troubled drain and follow it up with boiling water – remember to take care while you pour.Apr 29, 2021
Step 1: Mix 1/2 cup baking soda with 1/4 cup table salt. Step 2: Pour the mixture down the drain. Step 3: Pour 1 cup heated vinegar down your drain; the concoction is going to foam and bubble. Step 4: Let the solution stand for 15 minutes (longer does not work any better).
Your drain is very dirty or has some rotten material stuck in it. Run a lot of very hot water down the drain, with some soda crystals or other mild drain clearing substance. If you have a garbage disposal unit, it's probably got some crap stuck in it.
Usually, a sewer smell means that the water in the trap that blocks sewer gas has evaporated. This can happen if the sink hasn't been used for awhile. If that's the case, all you should have to do is run the sink and let the water fill back up in the trap.Dec 3, 2021