Remove any hair or other debris from the surface of the leak. Wear a pair of rubber gloves and use your fingers to clean the drain filter.
Boil a liter of water on the stove. Slowly pour the boiling water into the drain. Be careful when pouring water to avoid splashing and causing burns. Sometimes this is all it takes to clear the drain.
Remove the drain cap from the drain if the obstruction is still present. It could be detached by simply pulling with your fingers or you need to unscrew the screws that hold it in place.
Clean the rear of the drain cover. Wash the drain cap in a bucket of warm water and soap.
Use a wire hanger to wipe deeper into the drain. Straighten the hanger and move down the drain. Pull the residue you can feel the leak lock.
Pour & be; Cup of baking soda slowly down the drain. Follow this torrential & # be; Cup of vinegar these two ingredients combined can dissolve particles that clog the drain. It is a good idea to place a rag over the drain hole because this combination of baking soda and vinegar can cause bubbling that can splash if it is not covered.
Allow the baking soda and vinegar to work on the clogging for about 30 minutes. Boil another quart of water on the stove.
Pour the hot water down the drain slowly after 30 minutes has expired.
Use a plunger if the water still does not flow freely through the drain. Fill the tub with enough water to cover the clogged drain. Push the plunger over the drain at least ten times to remove the debris.