Clean your drain stoppers regularly

Hair, dirt, and soap scum build up over time in your drain stoppers and can slow down drainage and/or cause a clog. You should try to clean your drain stoppers every 2-3 months. You can clean your drain stopper by taking peroxide and baking soda and make a paste-like mixture. After you make the mixture, take out the drain stopper and remove any hair from it before scrubbing it. Then use a toothbrush and scrub the mixture around the drain stopper. Rinse off the mixture and screw the drain stopper back into the drain and check to make sure that it’s on correctly.