Clogged Toilet?

Clogged Toilet?

Having a clogged toilet is one of the most infuriating experiences that someone can endure. When you are in your home, you expect everything to work just fine and not to have any problems. A clogged toilet is the exact opposite of that; it can hinder your day and upset the foundations of the household. So let’s take a look at one of America’s most common problems.
How does a toilet get clogged?

Well first let’s look at the anatomy of a toilet. The plumbing that escorts the waste out of the toilet snakes around in a manner that promotes positive airflow. The tubing usually has a sideways ‘S’ shape. So the waste will fall, rise and fall again, this time going all the way to the sewers.

While there is a catch in the center of the ‘S’ which is used to catch and release waste, that doesn’t fully move. Excess or heavy waste can clog at the back end of the sewage exit. In moments like these, you need to lift the toilet and probably call a professional completely.
Ways to unclog a clogged toilet!

Plunger – The first thing you should always do is use a plunger. The plunger works by creating a suction cup of air and then pulsing that air into the tube. The influx of pressure in between the air and the water will sometimes give the extra push the waste needs to leave the area.

Snake – The snake was designed to make breaking up large sediment easier. If the plunger doesn’t work, it’s often just too dense, and you would need a snake. The snake is a flexible but durable piece of metal that can be used to pierce and shred the sediment into smaller pieces easier for the escort.

Plumber – If the previous two steps fail, it’s time to call the plumber. While you can uproot the toilet bowl and do the process yourself, it’s much better and safer to call a plumber. The plumber will know how to fix the problem 100% and when it comes to human waste, you do not want to rest in the middle ground of certainty.

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