How To Unclog A Toilet with Just Detergent

I didn’t know this! I will try it next time… Looks better than using a plunger…

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21 Responses to How To Unclog A Toilet with Just Detergent

  1. phil mccrackin says:

    Uhhhhh. paper towels dissolve in water over time

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  2. Kacey Small says:

    Need help with gurgling sink & smelly shower drain any help would be appreciated,as landlord does not want to no about it.Thanks for any solution 😉

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    • Check at your home depot or lowes and ask if they have any “Clobber”, if they don’t have that brand, ask if they have something similar for clogged drains. Wear rubber goves and goggles in case of splashing. Follow directions on label.

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  3. Lauren Polenske says:

    I have tried this and it worked!

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  4. Barbara Durham says:

    I use this method a lot of times. Like you said, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Most of the time it does.

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  5. Donna says:

    my tub clogs a lot Drano does not work ant ideas thank you

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  6. Larry says:

    I tried it –works well

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  7. Suzanne Engbert says:

    Very informative

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  8. Mary Campbell says:

    I am going to try this actually today I definetly hope it works for me, thank you for the tip!

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  9. Cheryl A. Lariviere says:

    Remarkable!

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  10. Nancy says:

    If you have a septic tank does the detergent negatively impact the fluids drained into the soil? Impact on vegetation around the drain field?

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  11. I’ve done a lot of plumbing work, and I always use a closet auger. I do like your method though i’ll give it a try if ever at someone’s home and I don’t have my tools with me, like at a party. Thanks for the tip!

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  12. Shirley Haas says:

    The web site about un stopping a commode

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  13. Wade says:

    Yes this might unclog the toilet but paper towels are not made to break down like toilet paper therefore it just goes down into your main sewer line and get caught on a tree root that may be growing or on any other small obstruction causing a bigger one and making your floor drain in the basement or elsewhere overflow!!

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  14. Midge Mosher says:

    I’ve been using this method for years but you need to do one young differently. Pour a full pail of hot water from WAIST high so it goes into bowl with more pressure. It makes a BIG difference and also use Dawn detergent. Just say’n.

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  15. Midge Mosher says:

    I’ve been using this method for years but you need to do one thing differently. Pour a full pail of hot water from WAIST high so it goes into bowl with more pressure. It makes a BIG difference and also use Dawn detergent. Just say’n.

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  16. Thank you for all your postings.

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  17. Catherine Winter says:

    another tip; keep your br sink clog free, use spic n span followed by hot water, may have to do this several times, patience, but it works for me

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  18. Dteven W. says:

    nothing like cleaning poop before sending it into the wsterways! but in a larger household, plungers rule!

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