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A dysfunctional toilet is a nightmare; whether it is unable to flush down all the mess at one go, or the water level in the bowl rises every time you flush, it is simply not a sight to behold. You can easily tell when your toilet becomes clogged, and it is important that you sort out the problem as soon as you can. Otherwise, you may have to put up with the consequences such as a smelly toilet and a leaking drainage. There are many ways to fix a clogged toilet; below are more chemical free, natural ways to go about it.

Give it time

This may sound funny, but it actually works. Sometimes, there is so much dirt in the bowl, which cannot go down the drain all at once. This may be caused by the small size of the drainage pipe, or the water being released does not have enough pressure to expel the dirt. Such a simple reason can make the toilet clog up and look unpleasant.

Wait for the cistern containing water to fill up once again so that you can flush for a second time. Alternatively, fetch some water in a bucket or basin and pour it into the toilet in full force to flush the dirt down. Be careful, however, in case there is an underlying problem, as the water mixed with the dirt could overflow causing a huge mess.

Use hot boiling water

If you realize that cold water is not doing the trick, try using hot water straight from the kettle instead. The extreme temperatures break down the clog and help dirt move well down the drain with the help of gravity. Add a little ecological detergent or shampoo to lubricate the dirt and help it move smoothly away from the bowl.

However, be careful not to use hot water too many times as this could corrode your expensive porcelain bowl, and we do not want that to happen. Flush after the whole procedure for a better effect.

Try a plunger

This might be quite messy, but is definitely better than using highly corrosive and abrasive chemicals to remove the clog. Get a flange plunger and use it to disintegrate the elements in the clog. Make sure that the seal is in place to avoid water spilling as you exert pressure into the bowl. After some time, the clog will disappear into the drain, so accompany it with a good flush of water.

Utilize an auger

You can purchase one at a supplies store, or improvise using readily available material. It resembles a drain snake, so you can move it into the bowl and into the drainage pipe easily without scratching and leaving marks on the parts. Should you find a solid obstruction in the drain hole, gently pull it out as leaving it there will not make matters any better.

Make sure that you wear protective gloves and cover your face, especially your eyes and mouth to avoid dirty water from spilling on you. It can be quite disgusting, and getting into contact with such dirt may contaminate you in ways you do not know.

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