If you don't have a plunger, a few simple home objects may occasionally be used for drain cleaning and for things to be in operating order again.
How to Clear a Clogged Toilet Without a PlungerThe most straightforward technique to deal with a blocked toilet is to use a plunger, but in some instances, you may need access to one. If your bathroom is blocked and you don't have a plunger, don't worry. There are many methods for cleaning the toilet, some of which employ basic home materials that you most likely already have.
If the blockage is stubborn, you may need a drain snake to clear it. Nonetheless, these home treatments will assist in removing some of the more minor blockages you'll likely face.
Dish SoapPlunging a blocked toilet is unpleasant, but there is an alternative. To unclog a toilet without a plunger, go to the kitchen and get dish soap. The slippery soap may assist in lubricating the blocked pipe and make it easier for the trapped material to glide down.
Fill the toilet with roughly a half-cup of bleach. If you're short of dish soap, cut up a bar of hand soap and put the pieces into the bathroom.
Add Hot WaterIf dish soap alone does not accomplish the work, adding water may help. Pour a bucket halfway with the hot bath water (boiling water might fracture a porcelain toilet) and pour it from the waist level into the bathroom. The power of the water may be enough to remove the source of the obstruction.
DIY Wire Hanger Drain SnakeA more severe obstruction may need physically relocating the object. Unwrap a wire coat hanger until it's straight to accomplish this without a plunger. Insert one end of the wire through the congested region. Prod the debris until it breaks away and falls down the drain. A drain auger is preferable, although a wire hanger can do in a pinch.
Baking Soda MixtureUse this all-natural remedy instead of dish soap when you don't have a plunger. Fill the toilet with one cup of baking soda and two cups of vinegar. Let it bubble for 30 minutes. If the blockage persists, try the hot water approach.
Make Water Pressure with a Plastic BottleThis unclogging technique has the potential to be messy.
Begin by emptying as much water as possible from the toilet bowl; you may accomplish this by continually filling a small container with toilet water and putting it into a bucket. Fill a big plastic bottle halfway with warm water.
Insert the bottle's top end into the toilet's bottom exit. With your thumb over the top of the bottle. (You should put on rubber gloves for this step.) Squeeze the bottle with your thumb, so the water inside shoots down the pipe. The increased pressure may be enough to remove whatever was creating the obstruction.