I was very impressed with this company. My parents had an emergency plumbing issue and were afraid they were not going to get service that night. Since it was an emergency, they started calling around for themselves (I usually do it for them) and were pleasantly surprised to find that dispatch spoke Spanish. Not only were they immediately put at ease over the phone, but had a technician at their home within the hour. GREAT WORK! Thank you for being compassionate and one of a kind. It's hard to find a company like that nowadays! I will definitely be calling them when I need service at my home.
How to Fix a Clogged BathtubTrusted bathtub & drain cleaning specialists serving Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange and Los Angeles counties since 1979. Call us 24/7 for Emergency bathtub clog repairs at (800) 863-1979.
Even when you use a net strainer to catch hair and toys, the bathtub drain is still susceptible to soap scum, shampoo residue and oils. These substances stick to the sides of the pipe and capture dirt, which creates a narrower hole. When this happens, you will notice that it takes longer for the tub water to drain after a bath.
Tackling a Clogged BathtubTypically, fixing a slow-draining bathtub is an easy DIY task, but clearing out the gunk inside the drain that caused the clog is a dirty, stinky job.
To repair a clogged bathtub yourself, put on a pair of rubber gloves, remove the drain stopper and then place all the parts in a bowl of vinegar and water. While the assembly is soaking, pull out wads of hair from the top of the drain using tweezers, needle-nose pliers or a long-handled drain claw.
Next, pour a mixture of hot water and baking soda down the drain to break up the hardened residues. Finally, cover the overflow drain with a cloth or painter's tape and then fill up the tub with enough water to cover the rim of a plunger.
Center the plunger over the drain to create a vacuum of pressure that can push any remaining clogs through the pipe.