Blocked Toilet Surrey

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Without Flooding the Bathroom and Making the Situation Worse

Clogged toilet? No problem. With a little practice, even a home repair rookie can get most blocked toilets back up and running in minutes, without flooding the bathroom and making the situation worse. For about 90 percent of clogged toilets, you only need one special tool—a plunger. Buy one with an extension flange on the rubber bell-shaped end. It's designed to fit toilets better so you can deliver more “oomph” to the plunge. You could pull anything from a hole with one of these things. It'll unplug sink and tub drain too if you simply fold the flange back into the bell.

Many Tools Can Be Used To Unclog Toilet

A poor flush means that your toilet drain is either partially or completely plugged. A toilet that's completely plugged—a no-drainer—is obvious. The toilet bowl will fill to the brim with flush water and perhaps overflow. Give the water level 10 minutes or so to drop, then attack the problem with a plunger. However, most clogged toilets are slow to drain, that is, flush water partially fills the bowl but doesn't rush out and clean away the waste. The water level remains high, then usually drains down to normal height within a minute or two. You might not know the toilet is clogged until you flush it. If it doesn't drain, don't flush it, reach for the plunger....and if that doesn't work then call a plumber who can help you with your problem.

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