Unblocking a Toilet

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Looking for tips to unblock your toilet? If your internet searches have brought you to our website, then your luck is in!

There can be no doubt whatsoever that a blocked toilet can be one of the most unpleasant things that can happen in your home.

Not only is it inconvenient, it is also unsightly, leads to nasty smells and, if left too long, could become a health hazard too.

Help is at Hand

Obviously there is never a good time for your toilet to become blocked up but have you noticed how blockages always tend to happen at the most inopportune moments? Unblocking a ToiletFortunately, help is at hand in the form of BlockBlaster allowing you to clear most clogs yourself without having to pay expensive plumbing rates.

Blocked toilets and drains can be dealt with quickly, sensitively and professionally by with our innovative new clearance solution – BlockBlaster.

Our product will quickly remove blockages at both domestic and business premises for customer’s minimising any disruption.

Just a few examples of what a blocked toilet can lead to:

  • Broken flush mechanisms
  • Leaking toilets and urinals
  • Overflowing toilets and urinals

How Do I Use BlockBlaster?

BlockBlaster is suited to all types of toilets, including traditionally and fashioned shaped toilets. The toilet adapter is an unusual shape in order to provide an airtight seal on any toilet, large or small. Push deep until you feel the airtight seal. With the 3 adapters included, you will always find a way to create a seal in any area.

You don’t even need to try and siphon any of the existing water out. Always ensure there is a full sink or toilet of water when using the product. As the blast of air will be more powerful and targeted. A water filled environment helps this process significantly.

Simply follow the following steps to complete the process

  1. Insert BlockBlaster in the toilet
  2. Angle down while pushing the silicone head unto the waste pipe.
  3. The silicone head and its upper flange should form an airtight seal before releasing the gas.

Further Information

If you would like any further information regarding BlockBlaster and its abilities as a toiler unblocker, please don’t hesitate to get in touch and we will be happy to answer any of your questions.

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