If Cleaning a clogged toilet with a plunger is too disgusting for you, try to unclog a toilet with a dishwasher detergent. Follow this article to know how!

Clogged toilets or drains are one of the most common issue people face worldwide. While it’s difficult to unclog a toilet without a plunger, it’s nasty too! If you are too afraid to clean the toilet with a plunger, we’ll suggest you use a dishwashing soap!

Surprisingly, a dishwasher soap can assist you very well in unclogging your toilet without the yucky plunger cleaning! You can either use dishwashing soap or liquid laundry detergent to perform this process.

Here’s How to Unclog A Toilet without A Plunger

As mentioned above, you not necessarily have to use a plunger/force cap to unclog your toilet. Follow these simple steps:

  1. Pour a very nice amount of dishwasher soap or liquid laundry detergent into your toilet bowl. About half-a-cup would do.
  2. Let the liquid soap/detergent sit in the bowl undisturbed for 30-40 minutes or you can leave it overnight too.
  3. After 30 minutes, slowly pour warm water into your toilet using a bucket. Make sure you don’t overflow the toilet with water. You’ll notice that the water will slowly go down the toilet, that is a sign of unclogged toilet!

Pro Tip: People who tried this trick said that liquid laundry detergents give better results than detergent soaps. 

You can add few drops of your favorite essential oil and flush after you complete this whole procedure to let your toilet smell fresh.

If the toilet doesn’t get unclog in the first attempt, we recommend you to try several times as this is the most effective solution available for unclogging a toilet without a plunger. This trick will work because liquid soaps are thicker than water, which can easily unclog the drain.

9 COMMENTS

  1. Had a very sever clog. I plunged it on and off for 3 hours. It wouldnt unclug. I followed this, i used dawn and hot water. It was a miracle. It unclogged right away. Great information.

  2. Don’t ever use hot water. Use warm water or you risk damaging the O ring installed between the toilet and the waste hole, with the end result being a leak.

  3. Hot water will NOT melt the O ring. Forget the soap and plungers. Been using hot water for years. Never melted anything but what it’s supposed to.
    Use an empty waste basket (plastic) works every time.

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