Handyman Pours Dish Soap Into His Toilet – When He Shows Why? – I Ran To Try It!

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  • All You Need For This Simple Trick To Unclog Even The Most Clogged Of Toilets Is A Simple, Cheap Bottle Of Soap….

    Forget having a dirty, bacteria crawling plunger behind your toilet. A plunger is not only unsightly to have in the bathroom but it's really gross.

    Think about taking a shower or bath and having to see a plunger right next to you.

    This hack with soap easily takes care of the problem and all you have to do is pour a little bit in, close the lid and wait.

    However; before you close the lid and wait there is a special trick that you have to do. If you do not follow this certain step then a big, soapy mess will happen.

    To Find Out What You Need To Do & If There Is A Special Kind Of Soap That You Have To Pour In Please Go To The Next Page…

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    1. JKR said:

      I have actually used this strategy, and yes, it does work. I won’t, ahem, go into the details, but it was a particularly stubborn clog in part created by my poorly designed back-to-back toilets. In a moment of desperation, I did some internet research & found this suggestion listed multiple times. I did not need nearly as much soap as this plumber used. I suspect the soap does not make the toilet paper dissolve so much as weighs it down somewhat with the oils and surfactants in the soap. It also acts as a lubricant for the clog. Now if you want to risk shooting a bucket of water into a toilet already brimming with unpleasantries, more power to you. If you want to haul out a snake, rubber gloves, etc., again, go for it. Oh, you probably don’t bother wearing rubber gloves either, do you? You are manly men, after all. I would rather take the path of least resistance when it comes to clogged toilets, and I always grab the dish soap & use it sparingly first. Now that I think of it, I have not used a a plunger or a snake since I discovered clearing a clog this way.

    2. dubba said:

      jeeze did any of you trolls even try this method, i did and it worked great.

    3. Joseph V. said:

      Well, I tried something similar a long time ago, and it works every single time: When needed, I pour just a little bit of dishwasher liquid into the bowl, then flush immediately. It works!! The agitating water combines with the detergent, and voila!, the resulting foam makes it all go away.

    4. Christopher G said:

      I’ve been doing this for years. Concentrate laundry detergent works best. I added it to my monthly maintenance schedule

    5. Tyler Cain said:

      So this guy just flushed a role of paper towels down a toilet which I’m sure is great for the sewer system…

    6. Luke Handy said:

      “When he shows why – I ran to try it!” I’m kinda jealous of your ability to clog a toilet on command.

    7. Derek Haywood Sr said:

      That is so weak and people posting this. Let me tell you that I do construction and fix houses and please , you make a clog that like and pour dish soap and hot water ? Are you serious. That would never work on a major clog as you be snaking that puppy. I am so laughing.

    8. Ron Garrard said:

      I was at the grocery store and my wife called me and said our crapper was clogged. Saw this article got a speeding ticket getting home ripped the door off its hinges so I could RUN and try it. Oh my gosh

    9. catman said:

      andy gallegos,
      Why would you use profanity towards and speak down to someone that you more than likley do not know, I guess it makes you a Bigger person.

    10. Phil Lockit said:

      It is not often that we DIYers get good tips. I like the idea it definitely cuts an expensive Plumber visit.

    11. Shelby Eaton Peck said:

      This really works. My plumber told me about it. I have a old house with old plumbing. I Use cheap toilet paper and soap for clogs. Easy peazy

    12. Oakley said:

      I have always just poured a bucket of tap-hot water down the toilet. (My tap water gets very hot.) Or, I should say, SEVERAL buckets of tap-hot water, because it usually takes 2 or 3 minimum. Now I can’t wait for the next clog to try this! A plunger never worked for me with my wimpy arms …

    13. Janice said:

      I do believe this would work. I have just used boiling water and poured it into the toilet and that also works

      • Kenn said:

        I cracked my toilet boil using boiling hot water. It was my bad because I should have known that the bowl was cold because it was during the winter when I tried it. That said it had always worked well for me using boiled hot water up until that time. I put on gloves and use a plunger or a snake after that mess went down.

    14. rob said:

      at a party i’m sure the line building up outside the door won’t think something’s up. personally the best way to handle it is close the lid on the toilet, briskly leave the room and get out of the house as quickly as possible hoping you’ll never see those people again.

    15. Skynet said:

      I need to go to Taco Bell so later I can try this at home.