This can be done with a few simple steps.
First, fill a pot or bucket with boiling water and pour it slowly into the drain. Boiling water is effective because it breaks up any grease or soap scum that may have built up in the clogged pipe.
Next, try using some baking soda and vinegar to help loosen the clog further. Mix 1/2 cup of baking soda and 1/2 cup of white vinegar in a bowl and then carefully pour it down the drain. Let it sit for 15 minutes before flushing with hot water.
If these two methods do not work, you can try using an auger or “snake” to break apart any blockages in the pipe. Feed the snake into the pipe until you feel resistance and push it forward to break up the clog. Finally, take a dry rag or cloth and stuff it as far down the drain as possible. This will help keep any debris from entering the pipe and create an even bigger clog.
With these simple steps, you can easily unblock your drain without a plunger.
If none of these techniques works, then it is important to contact a plumber who can further diagnose and fix the problem. A professional plumber like Any Drains has access to specialised tools and techniques that may be necessary to fully unclog your drains.