Using a plunger is the easiest way to deal with a clogged toilet. But, if you don’t have a plunger, there are other effective options.
You can try to unclog it with a bottle of dish soap and a bucket filled with hot water. This option helped many people, while others are unwilling to believe it.
– First, pour a good quantity of dish soap into the toilet bowl. The soap will fall to the bottom of the bowl. Wait for around 20 minutes after pouring the soap. However, this is not a timely solution for a clog.
– After the 20 minutes, pour the bucket of hot water directly into the toilet bowl. The soap will serve as a lubricant for the passageway, while the water will separate the toilet paper.
– Flush the toilet again. At the end, you have a clean toilet bowl and an unclogged toilet.
As it is already mentioned, this isn’t a 100% effective method. The best option is to have a plunger.
You can also unclog a toilet by using a wire coat hanger. Unravel coat hanger and pad one end with a rag. After you put on rubber gloves, stick covered end into the drain and push in circular motion until you clear the drain.
Use baking soda and vinegar. You need to pour 1 cup of baking soda into the toilet bowl. Then, add 1 cup of white vinegar. Now wait a few minutes and pour hot water into the toilet bowl.
The last method includes mixing 2 cups of baking soda and ¼ cup of Epsom salt. Then, slowly add 8-9 tablespoons of liquid dish detergent, 1 tablespoon at a time. Put the mixture into muffin tin slots lined with silicone muffin liners. Then, let them dry all night.
The other day, you can use this DIY method and take one from the muffin liner and put it in the clogged bowl. Cover it with 4 cups of water and leave it for a few hours before flushing.