How to clear a clogA slow draining bathtub can make your family’s life miserable. Kelly from McHenry Illinois was so excited after CLR® Clog-Free Drain unclogged her drain that she broke into song!
“Thank you! I LITERALLY just sang the ‘Hallelujah Chorus.’ I was skeptical, but my tub drain was so bad and I already tried a ton of chemicals and a snake. I finally decided I’d have to give up and call a plumber when I saw CLR Clog-Free Drain at Meijer and decided it didn’t hurt to try. That clog that I’ve easily spent at least $60 on, that made showers miserable for weeks, was gone in SECONDS. I’m so, so impressed. Again, thank you!”
A drain that doesn’t drain, isn’t a drain at all. If your tub or sink won’t empty out as quickly as it should, CLR Clog-Free Drain can help you just like it helped Kelly.
How to Unclog a Drain
using CLR Clog-Free Drain
- Place a stopper in the drain
- Fill tub or sink with 6–7 inches of water — enough to completely cover the CLR Clog-Free Drain cap
- Remove the stopper
- Block the overflow with a damp sponge or cloth and hold firmly
- Place the can’s cap over the drain opening and press firmly for 1 second
Always read label instructions before use.Repeat these steps if necessary. If the block is not cleared after the third attempt, contact a professional plumber.
For toilets, floor drains and garbage disposals, a Clog-Free Drain Plunger Kit is needed.