Admittedly, we were raised on commercials for toxic drain cleaners. Every household had the under-the-sink skull and crossbones drain and toilet bowl cleaners containing lye and acid. You were thought wimpy if you didn't pour Roto-Rooter down the drain.
Have you ever walked past your kitchen sink and got a whiff of funk? You flip the disposal switch and hope that will take care of the stench, but the malodorous cloud remains, emanating, we assume, from foodbits caught in your P-trap. Here’s an easy and SAFE way to eliminate the problem.
All you need is some baking soda, vinegar (the cheapest you can find will do nicely), and a few cups of boiling water.
First, sift a cup or so of soda directly...