Using a Plunger In a Bathroom Sink

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When using a plunger in a bathroom sink you will need to block the overflow opening with tape or a rag as it interrupts the seal of the plunger suction.
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June 1, 2005

One problem with using a plunger in a bathroom sink is that the plunger can not create a true seal because of the overflow opening. Before plunging, cover the overflow with a piece of tape or hold a cloth against it. This will allow the plunger to do it's work efficiently.

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January 4, 2006

Cover the overflow hole with a rag when plunging a bathroom sink so the plunger has maximum effect.

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