how do you unclog a toilet that has a kotex pad stuck in it?

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You might want to try straightening a metal hanger and putting a "u" at the end. Try to get it down the drain--if the underwear is close, you might be able to snag it by turning the hanger. If not, you probably need a plumber. Good luck.

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There are many wireless chargers on the online shop. of course they can charger many electronic devices,include ipad,iphone. I hope vipstech's answer can help you.

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OMG! How did this work out? Is your dog ok?

Answered: Woman Stuck to Toilet two Years

yes, his money and/or well fair lot's of women don't work in this world. besides, how much money are you gonna spend when your only need is food? I doubt very much someone who lives on a toilet for two years cares if the lights go out.

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it is wedged in there and you will need to take the toilet up and push the debris back into the bowl.if your not handy call a plumber. you could break the tank to bowl connection
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Red devil drain cleaner contains lye and has worked better than anything else I have tried.

Toilet back-ups

First, plunge as much water out of the bowl as possible. Pour one (1) gallon of apple cider vinegar in the stopped up toilets; let set over night. Flush the next day. It works for me. Using toilet paper made for septic tank use would also be helpful.

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Once you get the toilet out, think before you throw it out. I just purchased a home with a 1920 toilet, 400th one made, and it is valued at $40,000. No, that $ amount was not a typo.