Keeping your bathtub drain clean is essential for maintaining proper drainage and preventing unwanted buildup. Over time, hair, soap scum, and other debris can accumulate in the drain, leading to clogs and unpleasant odors. But fear not, cleaning a bathtub drain is easier than you might think! First and foremost, gather the necessary tools such as rubber gloves, a screwdriver (if needed), a small brush or toothbrush, and a drain cleaner. Before starting the cleaning process, I recommend removing any visible hair or debris from the drain manually. To do this, carefully remove the drain cover and use a gloved hand or a small brush to pull out any accumulated gunk. Once the larger debris is cleared, it’s time to tackle potential clogs using a drain cleaner or homemade solution like vinegar and baking soda. Pour the cleaner down the drain and let it sit for the recommended time, allowing it to break down any remaining buildup. Finally, run hot water down the drain to flush out the loosened debris and ensure everything is flowing smoothly. With regular maintenance and simple cleaning steps, you can keep your bathtub drain clear, ensuring a pleasant and trouble-free bathing experience.