I need to show you a self-portrait:
At least two days a week this is how I feel – and the remaining 5 days a week, this is Hubby.
Is it possible that our pipes are shrinking? That they are so full of hair and crud and gunk that anything that goes down the toilet now causes it to clog?
I don’t even want to think about what might or might not be wrong with my family’s bowels.
We have a plunger in every bathroom in our house – and they are used frequently and with fervour (before anything spills out of the bowl) and it’s exhausting and frustrating and (obviously) disgusting.
Marcus from Legendary Home Services contacted me a few weeks ago with an infographic he had developed to help homeowners unclog a toilet without the use of a plunger.
Sometimes I think my guardian angel works overtime.
How did he know this was an issue in my home?
Regardless, for those of you whose “Shitter is full” – check out these different options for
How to unclog a toilet.
This helpful infographic won’t cure the problems that clog your toilet to begin with, but it will give you some options to try before calling a plumber. However, if your issues persist, you may be left with no choice but to get hold of a geelong plumber to rid you of your toilet problems.
Pin it now – you might need it later!
Thank you Legendary Home Services for sharing this.
Have a great one!