A clogged shower drain can get blocked by hair and soap residue. Using a flashlight, locate the blockage (if you can) and try to remove it with your hands or a pair of tongs to extend your reach. You can also use a plunger to try to remove the clog (make sure the plunger is submerged in water). You can also try a plumbing snake and auger which can reach further down into the drain.
Be careful of utilizing the boiling water/vinegar/baking soda method. If your drain is attached to PVC (plastic) pipes, the boiling water could melt or damage the plastic, creating a much larger problem.
One of the worst things you can do to unclog a drain is to use a chemical solution such as Drano. The chemicals in these products can corrode your pipes, increasing the risk of leaks, and can have potentially dangerous reactions to other things found in your plumbing system.
If you’re unable to clear the drain using the methods above, we can help.