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2. Buy the Proper Plunger

There are many plungers out there, but not many will help with tough clogs. When you go to the hardware store, buy a plunger that has a funnel cup, or one with an extra bit of rubber on all sides that reaches down into the toilet to suck up and out. Other plungers that look like the classic ones from cartoons and movies won't be nearly as effective.

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