|The first thing that most likely comes to your mind when you hear the word plunger is toilet clog. That is because that is what the number one use of the plunger is. But did you know that unclogging the toilet isn’t the only use for a plunger? Have you ever had a sink, either the kitchen or the bathroom sink or tub clog up on you and you have no Liquid Plumber in the house or any Drano?|
Next time that happens simply take your plunger and go to the sink and plunge. Depending on the toughness of the clog will depend on how many times you have to pump the plunger. A simple clog can go on one or two. But the clog does not unclog itself within 5 minutes of plunging then you may need to use the liquid or powdered clog cleaner.
Then, if that still doesn’t work then you have to call a Dundee plumber. The moral of the story is to try to exhaust all possibilities before you spend money when the answer may be right in front of you for free. You should always keep a plunger on hand for clogged toilets but now you have a second reason to keep one handy. They are cheap and could save you a lot of money in the long run.