Some might assume that using a plunger is so easy that anyone can do it, and while it is true that you don’t need to be trained or certified to use a plunger, there are some common mistakes that many make when using a plunger. For example, if the toilet bowl is too full when you start plunging, you run the risk of having contaminated water splash out on the floor. If it is draining very slowly or not at all, you might need to take a bucket and scoop out some of the water before you can start plunging. On the other hand, if you are trying to plunge where there isn’t enough water, you will not be as effective as you could be.

Another common mistake that can actually be very dangerous is trying to plunge after using drain chemicals in the toilet. If you plunge now you might splash toxic chemicals back into your face.

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