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Professional type power plunger?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by stevedarby, 5 Jan 2010.

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    Can anyone recommend a good professional power type plunger that I can buy I'd like to get a good quality one. Our toilet gets blocked regularly and so do the basin and sink now and again, but the toilet is the major problem.

    Thanks for your recommendations.
     
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    Properly installed soil and waste pipes and drains should not be getting blocked regulary. You must have a problem somewhere and you would be well advised to get the problem sorted so that just routine cleanig is needed and not extensive plunging
     
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    I agree, my toiler paper is very thick and my family use too much, so need to plunge now and again. Just wanted to get a good one for when required.
     
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    If its just that then I find a good old fashioned mop a good toilet u bend clearer.
    Block trap with mop.
    Flush loo to build up pressure.
    Then plunge with mop ..... away she goes........
    Then clean mop by flushing again.
    Job done
     
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