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Is it safe to snake your own drain? You may clear obstructions from your drains by snake-ing them yourself. Routine, tiny sink blockages caused by hairballs or food leftovers are often found in the u-shaped trap just below the sink or only a few feet lower in the drainpipe, depending on the situation.What can you use to snake a drain?
⅓ cup of baking soda and ⅓ cup of vinegar combined will form an acidic compound that can dissolve different materials that block drains. Pouring boiling water down the drain can dissolve the blockage. Adding detergent as a lubricant can help this process.