Too Much Toilet Paper
Yes, toilet paper belongs in the toilet—but to a point. Use a reasonable amount of TP and your plumbing will be fine. But if you start tossing excessive amounts into the bowl, chances are you’re going to not only wind up with a quick-fix clog but, over time, some serious issues.
If you need to use a little extra from time to time, be sure you’re flushing before tossing more toilet paper into the bowl. That goes extra if you’re using ultra-thick, “plush” toilet paper—the thicker the paper, the less you should be flushing at a time. Worst still, the longer time it takes to dissolve, meaning a clog could keep impacting your toilet flow. It’s easy to forget toilets are designed to handle very specific tasks—and flushing anything other than what’s intended can lead to clogs or worse. These seven common items are, also, some of the most common clog-causers. Our advice? NEVER let them down your toilet or drains.
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