Monday, March 7, 2016

Steps to Unclog A Toilet Without A Plunger

What to do when you have a clogged toilet and no plunger?

The problem

It is TAX season and having a clogged toilet is a subject most people do not want to discuss at all! It is a matter of pride, privacy and good manners. While a clogged toilet is a common occurrence, it is not a common topic of conversation, and with good reasons!
This blog is certainly not for accountants, as I believe they have their busiest time and will have the budget to hire a plumber to unclog the toilet!

The most common clogs in Los Angeles, occur when people tend to use their toilet bowls as trashcans, tossing in everything from baby wipes to paper towels, food and more. While human waste can cause a problem, the more often than not, too much paper being used is the biggest problem of clogged toilets in Los Angeles. It only takes a little blockage to become a big problem!

The Bigger Problem

Having a stopped-up toilet is an unacceptable inconvenience. If you run out hot water you can wait a while for the water to heat back up then commence with you shower, dish washing or laundry. Likewise, if your dishwasher goes on the blink you can always wash the dishes by hand. However, when the toilet gets clogged, your opinions are sorely limited and action must be taken!

The Right Tool For The Job

Of course, one of the best ways to unclog a toilet is by using that marvelous invention the plunger,

The toilet plunger consist of a long wooden handle with a open rubber cap at the end of it which is inserted into the toilet-water where, with an up and down pumping action, cause a suction that can free up mos clogs allowing the water to flow unrestricted once more. Yes, the plunger can be a very handy tool when it comes to loosing up debris, but a plunger can cause dirty water to splash out and it can not remove materials such as children toys, this been said Some Things Should Just Be Tossed in the Trash

So how to unclog a toilet without a plunger?

One effective method of unclogging a toilet without the use of a plunger involves liquid soap and a bucket of really hot but not boiling water. The following method should be employed only if the toilet is not brimming with water. There must be room for additional water to be added

What We need

  • A clogged toilet
  • Dish soap, shampoo, or any liquid soap that gets sudsy
  • Really hot water

What you do

Squirt/pour a generous amount of liquid soap into toilet bowl. Next, using a bucket or other vessel of transport, pour some really hot tap water into the toilet. Avoid using boiling water as thing may crack your porcelain.

Let this mixture stew for around thirty minutes, then flush as usual.

This handy little trick can be very effective against a paper clog when no plunger is available to you.


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