Old 07-05-03, 08:31 AM
Fred Cornell
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My sisterhas a bathtub that is draining very slowy. Her husband used a liquid drain cleaner, product unknown, that didn't work. What is the best chemical to use to un-plug a bathtub drain or is there a better way to do it. Plunging, air pressure, water, etc. ?
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Old 07-05-03, 08:38 AM
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If it is an old house avoid drain cleaners. From personal experience i find using a snake works best. You can purchase a small hand crank type at your local hardware store or home depot/lowes, usually for around $20.
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