BAD ODORS IN THE PIPES OF YOUR HOUSE? THIS WILL ELIMINATE IT!


Bad odors can often occur in the pipes in our home. This usually happens in the medium or long term. Generally, these annoying odors are present due to some obstruction, but they can also appear, due to the accumulation of sediments, food remains or even the remains of insects or small animals that could have been trapped in the pipes.
It is true that in supermarkets we can find any number of products to clean the pipes. Some are indicated to remove clogs, while others only clean and disinfect. However, many of these products contain hazardous chemicals that can affect our health when we inhale them; Hence the importance of having natural options on hand.

BAD ODORS IN PIPES: ELIMINATE THEM WITH THIS SIMPLE TRICK

Today we will show you some natural options to eliminate bad odors in the pipes of your house.

BAKING SODA AND VINEGAR

YOU WILL NEED TO:

-A medium liter of warm water.
-200 cc of white vinegar running.
-100 grs of baking soda.

PREPARATION MODE:

-Put the water on the fire and let it boil.
-Once boiling add vinegar and baking soda.
-Mix and let it boil for 5 minutes.
-After that time, turn off the heat and let the mixture rest for another 5 minutes.
-Add this mixture to the pipe and do not use it for half an hour.

COMMON SALT

YOU WILL NEED TO:

-Half a cup of common salt.
-Tap water

PREPARATION MODE

Add the salt in the piping little by little. Then, open the stream of water for 10 minutes for the water to run.

COFFEE

Do not discard coffee grounds. Once you prepare the drink, simply add the still wet coffee grounds through the tubing, then turn on the faucet and let the water run for 10 minutes. This trick, not only cleans the waste pipes, also eliminates bad odors in the pipes.

LEMON

Also, do not waste the lemon peel. Once you have used the lemons, boil all the peels in a little water. Let the water sit and add the mixture through the pipe, wait half an hour before using the pipe again.
This trick will eliminate bad odors in the pipes and leave them with a very pleasant smell. If you wish you can add some cloves to the mixture, but you must remove them before pouring the water into the pipe.

BLEACH

This ingredient never stops being popular when cleaning the pipes. That should be used with caution because it has a very strong odor causing respiratory irritation, so follow these instructions.
-Cover your nose and mouth with a mask before handling bleach.
-Mix half a cup of bleach with half a cup of cold water.
-Add the combination through the pipe you want to clean.
-Cover the pipe with a stopper. If you do not have one, wrap it with plastic paper and bags.
-Wait 20 minutes and then open the water and let it run for about 10 minutes.