How to Deal with a Clogged Toilet

A clogged toilet can be incredibly frustrating and messy. Fortunately, you can take care of most clogged toilet repair without needing to find a plumber. Finishing your clogged toilet repair is often very simple and cheap.

 

How to Deal with a Clogged Toilet

t’s every renter’s nightmare. You finally have a place all to yourself and you’ve managed to only last a week until disaster strikes: a clogged toilet. You panic. What can you do? You are too embarrassed to ask anyone for help.

Maybe if you just try to flush one more time … You do, and then the toilet bowl begins to fill with water. It approaches the brim, you freak out and grab the nearest clothes hanger to use as a makeshift plunger.

You begin furiously prodding at your toilet hole to dislodge the blockage. Next thing you know you are standing in an inch of toilet water with a mangled wire hanger firmly entrenched in your toilet’s lower intestine.

This is not a pretty picture.

And yet, this may be more common than you realize. According to a recent Rent.com survey, the most common problem that renters have to call their landlords to fix is a clogged toilet. It also happens to be the one thing renters would be most embarrassed to call their landlord about.

Let’s spare everyone the embarrassment by going over a whole host of different ways you can unclog a toilet without calling for backup. No matter what the “blockage” may be, there are a number of tools and strategies that you can use to get your plumbing back in working order.

The Plunger Method

How to Deal with a Clogged Toilet - Plunger

Perhaps the most common way of clearing a clogged toilet drain is to use a plunger. For those of you who have been living in an igloo in the Yukon for the last 50 years and are unfamiliar with what a plunger is, it sort of resembles a rubber suction cup on a stick.

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