If you don’t have a plunger, reach for the dish soap and pour that dish soap in your toilet.
If you’ve ever dealt with a clogged toilet but couldn’t find a plunger anywhere in sight, then you know that panic and fear tend to set in—especially if you’re using a toilet in someone else’s home.
Luckily, even home’s that don’t have plungers tend to have dish soap. And dish soap, unbelievably, is all you need to unclog the toilet and continue your day as if nothing ever happened. Continue reading to learn more.
Dealing With a Clogged Toilet
Dealing with a clogged toilet is a pain, regardless of how you go about it. You think everything is fine and flush the toilet only to see that the toilet is clogged. Water then rises, and you hear strange noises as if pipes have been blocked. The worst-case scenario is that the toilet water will overflow over the edge and spill onto the bathroom floor.
Unclogging is an unpleasant job that needs you to get your hands dirty. But the sooner you fix a clogged toilet, the sooner you can keep your mind at ease. To find out how to unclog a toilet in the most effective way, check out page two.