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How to unblock a toilet Clerkenwell

When it comes to unblocking a toilet, it may not be the most pleasant job that people may enjoy, but when the problem is not that serious, it is an easy and quick household task. There are many methods to unblock the toilet and it is up to you to choose the one you think is easier for you. To unblock the toilet, you need a flexible cleaning tool, a bucket, a jug, towels and old newspapers, coat hangers, rubber gloves and a plunger. A blockage in Clerkenwell is usually the result of something that has an unusual shape ? it can be an air freshener, toy, or nappy and sometimes it can be when there is too much toilet paper inside. Before you start to unblock a blocked toilet Clerkenwell, you have to be aware that it is a dirty job, so you should put on the gloves first. When you have determined that the toilet is blocked, you do not have to keep flushing. This is because it may end up overflowing. Use the newspaper on the floor or the towels around the toilet just in case there may be some spillage. When the toilet pan is too full of water, you should try to get rid of some excess water using the bucket. You can use a jug or a bowl in order to scoop water out and put it in the bucket. When you use a plunger on a blocked toilet Clerkenwell, try to press firmly and pull upward slowly. You have to do this until you hear the water going into the pipes and feel that the toilet has unblocked. You may have to do this at least 10 times. When you push down or pull up, you make the suction within the plunger head and it will draw out the blockage while encouraging the water to go down within the pipes. When you finish using the plunger, make sure that you wash it.

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