Did you ever turn on the tap to smell foul-smelling sewage? It doesn’t matter how careful you are about what you put down the drains, grease and food particles can eventually build up that can cause drains to smell. Stinky drains don’t have to be a constant problem.

How do you get rid of stale Drains

Ice cubes, rock salt

Check that your disposal blades have no food particles. Repeat this process until you are satisfied with the results. Salt and ice are used to clean the grinder. You can also flush the machine and add some lemon peels.

Distilled white wines

Vinegar can be used to clean your drains. The acetic acid in vinegar can penetrate grease quickly. This can be done by heating four cups white vinegar. Let it boil for about 30 seconds. Then let half the vinegar drain. Let it boil for about 60 seconds. Then, continue the process with the remaining hot vinegar. This will usually clear any drain blockages. These blockages are often responsible for unpleasant odors.

Baking Sugar and White Vinegar

Pour at least 1/4 cup baking soda down your drain. To prevent any solution from leaching into your sink, add 1/4 cup baking soda. These chemicals work together to dissolve the blockage and push it down your drain. You should wait for about half an hour before you pour a few cups of boiling water down the drain.