STEP 1: Choose the Right Plunger
If your choice is not appropriate, the messy task of plunging toilet won’t be solved easily. Don’t be mistaken at the glance of different types plungers – “standard plunger” looking like a basketball cut in half, plunger featuring an extended flange, etc. Last one is for you to plunge a toilet. It is a flanged plunger or closet plunger. It has a uniquely different shape, including a narrowed bottom. It is designed to fit into the hole in the toilet bowl.
A good seal between a plunger and toilet bowl helps you to get the best of the plunger. So, a funnel cup plunger is the best option for you. The flange ensures a tight seal and required suction power.
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STEP 2: Warming up Plunger
Being a user of the plunger for the first time, I was befooled. It was stiff and hard and not a good service provider likes soft and pliant ones. What did I do? I just run the plunger under hot water so that I could soften it up. Then it worked well to have a better seal on the toilet bowl.
STEP 3: Correct Plunging
It involves some phases, as stated below.