“Always send the hook end first so you can reach the clog, twist the hanger to hook the debris and pull out.
“The hanger method is a tried and true trick, but it always works.”
Using a plunger is “the next best step” when you’re struggling to unclog your bathtub drain.
The experts said, “The best plunger for unblocking your drain is a cup-shaped plunger.
“It’s always best to use a plunger when there aren’t any chemicals in the drain yet, as the plunger will inevitably draw any chemicals back up the pipes and they can splatter all over your clothes and skin.”