cleaning drain

Can someone suggest the proportions of vinegar and baking soda to use for cleaning your sink drains. Patt.
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Being a plumber's daughter, here is a suggestion that has worked for me in my double sink in the kitchen. 1-fill one side up with hot water-the hottest that comes from your faucet (and have on hand something to undo the plug) 2-fill the other side with the coldest water you can get from your faucet. 3. Release them both at the same time.
Now don't ask me the logic behind this--but it does work.
If I've ever had a stubborn stain (and don't tell my dad about this)--I buy the canned air drain cleaner. I understand that if something is lodged in the pipe-it could make the situation worse. But it's been OK so far!!
Sijka
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