Yes, you can use vinegar, water, and baking soda. First, put 3/4 cup of dry baking soda down the drain. Then pour 1/2 cup of vinegar down the drain. Immediately cover the drain with a rag or a plug, and fill the hole completely so nothing can escape (the vinegar and baking soda will cause a “mini-volcano” effect that you want to keep contained). Leave the mix in the drain for 30 minutes, and while you wait, boil a tea kettle full of water. After 30 minutes has passed, remove the plug/rag and slowly pour the hot water down the drain. Repeat once more if necessary.
You can also snake the drain. There are tools made specifically for this purpose that eliminate the need for chemicals or other liquids.
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