Get your clogged toilet back up and running again the good old-fashioned way—with a plunger and some serious elbow grease. Here's how to restore your toilet to working order in just six easy steps: If the toilet bowl is already filled to the brim, manually remove enough water to use the plunger without splashing or overflowing in the
do is try flushing the toilet when it's clogged. The more water in the bowl the more head pressure is on the clog and might help it push it out through. If the water comes up to high you push the
To unclog a toilet without a plunger, start by straightening out a wire coat hanger and wrapping a rag around the end. Then, stick the wrapped end of the hanger into the toilet drain and keep pushing it in until the drain clears.
Got a clogged toilet on your hands? Before you call the plumber or bust out the plunger, try one of the five DIY methods listed below, all of them incorporating common tools or ingredients easily found in your closet, kitchen or medicine cabinet.
Insert the closet snake into the toilet and start applying pressure on the sprint thru the sleeve, it will go up the bend and through the horn of the toilet. when you can't press on, start turning the handle which will cause the end of the snake to spin in the trap and clear out any blockage.
Make sure there is enough water in the toilet bowl to submerge the plunger because you need water pressure to unclog the toilet, not air. Give a few pushes to the plunger and that should be enough to unclog the toilet. If it doesn't, fill the toilet with more water to submerge the plunger and repeat. Use a closet auger if plunging doesn't work