Slowly pull out the entire contraption along with the clog. This stuff is nasty, and you'll be happy you were wearing gloves. You are wearing gloves, ...
I've certainly seen my share of drain cleaning chemicals and gadgets on the market and not all of them work all that well. If you are on a serious budget like me then the cheap-o, DIY approach is just the thing that's needed! The best part is, all you need are some zip-ties and a diagonal wire cutter.
This step couldn't be easier: grab some zip-ties and a wire cutter. If you happen to have some extra long ones laying about, grab one of them.
Basically, you'll want enough to reach down into the drain trap.
Step 2: Link up your zip-ties.
If you are like me and only have some shorties laying around, you can simply link them together to make a longer tool to reach all the way down into the dark recess of the drain trap where all the nasties are hiding out.
If you are lucky enough to have a really long one, you can skip this step. :)
Step 3: Snip barbs into the zip-tie(s).
Take your wire cutter and carefully snip diagonal slots into the sides of the zip-ties. Cut only about 1/2 way through the width and angle the cuts down towards the bottom. Alternate cuts to maximize the effectiveness of this crude tool.
Step 4: Bend the barbs.
Gently grab the tips of the slits and bend them outward to create barbs. Don't squeeze hard enough to cut the plastic, just enough to fold it over. You can alternate them and get all fancy if you want.