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How Can You Pick The Perfect Plunger?

You have to make sure that you have the right plunger if you want to know the true secret behind using a plunger effectively. Even though most Ottawa homeowners are going to have one or two plungers in their home, they often do not understand that each of the different plungers has a different seal. This is because these various plungers are structurally different. You probably did not know that a plunger could be a complex tool! In order to educate you on the different plungers, we will explain them to you.

Option #1 – The Cup Plunger

The Cup Plunger is the ‘traditional’ or ‘basic’ plunger – it is what most people consider a plunger. Especially with the traditional red or black, it stands out like nothing else. It really works best in a clogged bathroom sink or a kitchen sink. It might also work quite well on a bathtub clog. The reason that it does not work well in a toilet is because there is no seal around the drain with this plunger.

Option #2 – The Flange Plunger

The Flange Plunger Is the best possible way that you are going to unclog your toilet. The cup of the plunger has an extra flap of rubber, meaning that you are able to create a complete seal around the opening of the toilet. While it certainly can help in a pinch, if you have consistent issues with a clogged toilet, you should leave it to the professionals to find out what is wrong.

Option #3 – The Accordion Plunger

It is also possible to use the accordion plunger for your toilet clog, but it is more difficult to use and far less common. Because the plunger is made out of plastic, you also run the risk of scratching the toilet bowl more than you would with other options.

The Frustration Of Clogged Drains

It is possible for Ottawa homeowners to experience countless headaches because of clogged toilets and clogged drains. Even though a plunger is always a great idea to have in your home, it is not going to be the best way to alleviate constant problems. If you want to make sure that your problem is relieved once and for all, make sure that you call Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing. They are able to help you alleviate these constant problems and help make sure that your pipes are flowing as they should.

Give us a call today: 613 791 5777 for a free upfront estimate!