Method 4. Bleach Clog Removal. Pour 2 to 3 cups (0.5 to 0.7l) of household bleach into the toilet bowl. Use this method in place of the dish soap method, if your toilet is very full or you fear a serious clog. Add 1 cup of powdered soap. Wait 10 minutes while the chemicals react. Turn on the water valve.
Clogged toilet? No problem. With a little practice and a plunger or a toilet snake, even a home repair rookie can get most clogged toilets back up and running in .
Dealing with a clogged toilet is a gross job, but we all have to do it eventually. This isn't guaranteed to work every time, but I think you'll agree, it's worth a try.