The friend of the plumber when channel cleaning, Every home should have at least a sucker. The suction cup should be the first tool in your hand when cleaning of pipe is necessary. The suction toilet and sink are sold in DIY stores and a variety of other stores.
Also inexpensive that essential, a sucker can usually identify small caps without too much trouble. If you come to a W – C, tub or sink pipe, you need to try to use the suction cup when you suspect a CAP before you try any other solution. A vacuum toilet or sink is simple to use and does not require much force.
A sucker of sink consists of a rubber Cup that is attached to a wooden stick and fits over the drain kitchen sink or a similar opening, forming a seal. By applying the Cup against the pipe and then pulling upwards quickly the user creates suction that can remove or break a plug. A sucker of W – C works on the same principle but is designed to fit in the bottom of the bowl of a toilet and has a collar that enters the exhaust pipe, also forming a seal. By reversing the flange inside the suction cup of W – C you can adapt it for use as a suction cup to sink as needed. A word of warning: If you first tried a chemical drain pipe cleaner, do not use a suction cup immediately after as the RAM could splash you your eyes.