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As a homeowner, you have to be aware of everything that goes on inside your home, including a blocked or broken toilet that needs repair. Proper sanitation is essential for maintaining a hygienic and healthy environment. Therefore, you need to place top priority to fix a clogged drain in your toilet system as soon as you recognize it, or replace a deteriorated part; this will make your living space more habitable. Here are some of the FAQs to help homeowners regarding toilet repair.

What parts of the toilet are more prone to damage?

Your toilet is made up of many functional parts that have different life spans, depending on their quality and how they are used. Frequent use of chlorinated water is one of the most common causes of corrosion and damage of toilet parts. With time, they start weakening and break apart once they reach their limit.

Generally, with good cleaning, you should expect that the parts will last long with a few normal repairs to the flappers and seals. Avoid using heavy chemical substances to clean your toilet as this could damage the parts rather than get rid of germs.

How do I know that I need to replace the toilet parts?

Continuous running of water even after you flush is one indication that your flapper or the chain controlling it needs to be fixed. This can help you save on a lot of costs in terms of water bills. Leakage of water from the bottom of the toilet, or from the pipe that connects the cistern and the bowl is another sign that it is broken and needs repair. Sometimes, it is just a loose seal that needs to be tightened, but other times, it is a damaged pipe that needs to be removed altogether. Get a qualified plumber to inspect and evaluate the situation and undertake the appropriate repairs without hesitation.

Why does my toilet stink even after cleaning?

A stinking toilet means that there is a blockage in the drainage pipe due to accumulated debris or waste. Therefore, the dirty substances are not disposed of properly, forcing an awful stench up the toilet bowl. This is a serious problem that needs urgent attention in order to eliminate the unpleasant odour, so contact a plumbing expert to come and identify the cause of the smell. In the meantime, make sure that your toilet space is well aerated to reduce the stench, and use an air freshener every time after using the toilet.

How do I get rid of stains and scales in my toilet?

Any savvy homeowner would want to maintain their toilet in a condition that is as good as new. However, ordinary every day cleaning may not be enough to keep it that way. You need to identify the type of stain in your toilet and find the best chemical to clean it away. Seek the guidance of an expert before purchasing and using any chemical, so that they can advise whether it will work or not. Avoid using abrasive cleaners such as stones and scouring pads to remove stains as this will leave the porcelain scarred and ugly.

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