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Cleaning a Salt Clog in the Toilet from Bore Water

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Our toilets are clogged with hard salt as we are using bore-water (salt water). When we flush the water with dirt comes up and it takes a long time to drain. Some suggest to pour in a strong acid. Is it correct and safe to do that, or is there any other easier way? If we pour salt and flush it with hot water will it work as it is already hardened with salt deposit?

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June 13, 20110 found this helpful

Use some sort of device designed for routing of the drain pipe, then only water (not salt-water) to thoroughly flush the pipe. http://answers.  709184022AAxK1Wt

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