Unclog a Toilet Checklist
- This versatile tool clears out drain clogs for both tubs and toilets (a hand auger and a toilet auger, respectively). ;You may not need an auger to remove this clog, but chances are it will come in handy.
- You should feel some resistance from the suction cap.
- There is a plastic sleeve at the crank bend in order to prevent scratching the toilet basin.
- You've found the clog!
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Clogged commode? No problem! Our Unclog a Toilet Checklist shows you how to turn a messy situation into an easily-solved repair with step-by-step instructions. Have the right tools on hand and you could save yourself from flushing your hard-earned cash down the toilet!
- There are two different types of Augers, a hand auger for tubs and a toilet auger for your commode. Both are essential tools to have around the house, especially if you want to avoid calling a plumber and shelling out extra cash.
- Make sure you thoroughly disenfect the bathroom after clearing a clog. Use bleach or a cleaner with anti-bacterial properties in order to prevent the spread of harmful bacteria from sewage.