If you are watching this video, you certainly want to learn how to unclog your toilet, right?
Before anything, we have to tell you that the best solution is to make sure your toilets are clean and unclogged.
Also, do periodic maintenance in all of the pipes of your house. But we don’t always have the time to do that, and our toilets may clog, causing a lot of headaches. Isn’t it right?
If that happens, don’t worry! We will teach you 3 ways of unclogging your toilet with homemade tricks.
Vinegar and baking soda
This combo is very efficient to unclog toilets, especially those caused by excrements and toilet paper.
This technique works better when the clogging is caused by excrements or toilet paper, but you shouldn’t do it more than 3 times in a row.
Only use this procedure after all other methods have failed. Avoid doing it too frequently since caustic soda is a strong product that can damage your toilet and the pipes.
Remember that this is a dangerous and highly corrosive chemical, so gloves and glasses are necessary to protect yourself from direct contact.
Some people notice similar results by pouring a whole bottle of Coca-Cola into the toilet, with the advantage of not offering so many dangers during its maneuver. Isn’t it cool?
None of these methods helped unclog your toilet?
If you tried all these homemade tricks, and still have a clogged toilet, it is better to stop to avoid damaging the pipes. Now is a good time to call for professional help.
Try these tips, then share with us which technique you used and how it went.
0:00 How to Unclog a Toilet without a Plunger
0:33 Unclog a Toilet using Vinegar and Baking Soda
1:01 Fix a Clogged Toilet using Hot Water
1:27 Clear a Blocked Toilet With Caustic Soda
2:11 Tips to Prevent Your Toilet From Clogging
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