Should you flush your toilet paper or throw it in the basket?
flushing ones toilet paper depends on the grade, you shouldn't be throwing heavy or very course toilet paper into the toilet as it causes blockages. keep to thin toilet paper for when actually using the toilet and use the heavier and courser toilet paper for when drying your hands and put it into the basket.
climb on the toilet paper basket and jump on the silver handle
You can flush toilet paper. Every body knows that!!!:)
Wrap them up in toilet paper or in a nappy bag and throw them away. Don't flush them down the toilet because they won't flush and will clog the loo.
No thick toilet paper is not responsible for clogging the toilet, Toilet paper of any thickness is designed to flush away.
You will probably clog your toilet or pipes if you flush anything but toilet paper. I would not recommend trying to flush underwear down the toilet.
After you're on the toilet, jump to the toilet paper then jump on the handle.
To do that you must jump on the toilet by jumping on the toilet paper. But be careful. If you stay on the toilet paper for more than a few seconds you will fall off. :-)
flush it down the toilet in the boys bathroom and then click the flusher
you can either flush it down.... or.. throw it in the bin.
Do not ever flush tampons - even if some tampon companies claim tampons are flushable to make them seem more convenient. Tampons don't break-up in water and can expand so cause blockages, tampons can also bypass sewage treatment so end-up in water ways where they can harm wildlife. Always wrap-up tampons in tissue or sanitary disposal bags and throw them away in the trash. This is why they make sanitary disposal bags (although toilet paper… Read More
Just pick it up with some toilet paper and flush it down the toilet, that's the best thing to do.
No, you cannot flush tampons down any toilet. Tampons don't break-down in water, instead they expand which can cause serious problems such as blockages i any toilet system. In normal toilets the tampons can also bypass sewage treatment so end-up in waterways such as in rivers and the ocean, where they are an eyesore and can harm wildlife. Tampons should always be wrapped-up and thrown in the bin, that's what bins are there for.
You use too much paper and do not flush it enough.
Tissues are made to stay together (not disintegrate) when wet so you can use them to blow your nose or whatever. But that means they can cause plumbing problems if you flush them. Even though they look similar to toilet paper, they're not because toilet paper is made to disintegrate immediately upon contact with water.
Most baby wipes will not dissolve the way toilet paper will. It can cause blockages in the plumbing.
Wright some letters on some paper, flush it down the toilet, then go into the sewers and find the piece of paper. If done well, the answer will be on the paper!
this is because some people do big amounts of poo and flush lots of toilet paper down the drain the flusher can not hold this amount of waste so when you flush the toilet it gets stuck and slowly rotts away
If the coin is not affecting the flush of the toilet, for example, if you put a lot of toilet paper into the toilet and flush and the paper goes down and it flushes fine, leave the coin there. However if it is affecting the flush and nothing goes down after flushing, the only option is to knock out the pan and put a new one. This is the only option, its a costly affair… Read More
you jump onto the magazine rack then jump onto the toilet and put the thumb drive in the toilet then jump onto the toilet paper roll then jump onto the flusher stick thingy
The advantages of toilet paper are that it is easy and intuitive to use, fairly absorbent, and it can be flushed in most countries where toilet paper is common. Most modern sewage systems, including septic tanks, can accept toilet paper along with human excreta. In many instances, used toilet paper is placed in a tin or dustbin next to the toilet if the plumbing or septic system cannot cope with toilet paper. Misplacing the soiled… Read More
You should not be clogging the toilet at all. It could happen for a few reasons! Maybe you are using to much toilet paper. If not then there is something going on in the toilets! Other reasons could be that you are not flushing the toilet often enough. When having a bowel movement, it helps keep the toilet from becoming too full if you flush it several times. Newer, water saving toilets may also need… Read More
If you flush cigarettes down the toilet constantly over a two year span can they plug up the toilet?
Yes they could, especially if they all don't get flushed away properly. Filter tips do not break down and may accumulate, eventually causing a blockage. All that should be flushed down a toilet bowl is toilet paper, faecal matter, and urine.
The standard position for a toilet paper holder - should be 8-12 inches in front of the toilet and 26 inches (centerline) above the floor.
Typically that happens when too much toilet paper is used or when people flush things that are not meant to be flushed.
When you're done, flush, Then wipe and flush again. Dont use as much toilet paper. Also hold the handle down so the water keeps running till all the stuff is gone. This turns your "low flow" into a temporary "high flow."
Yes, every nationally, every race, and every person should use toilet paper.
You should throw it in the bowl. That is the correct place for it, just not huge clumps of it.
You don't have to, but hamsters love to chew on them. As long as there is no actual toilet paper left on the roll that they could choke on, it should not be a problem.
doesn't really matter idiot
A noteworthy event in history for January 17th was the patent of flush-able toilet paper in 1861.
My cats play with toilet paper. They scratch it, unroll it and roll in it. I can't get them to stop, but they don't eat it. You have a strange CAT. Septic Safe toilet paper is recycled paper with no chemicals. Should be safe to eat as long as it hasn't been used in the toilet or septic tank.
The right because it's a right hand world
Gerbils will not eat toilet paper tubes, but they will - and can - chew them up. It is entertaining for the gerbils, and their teeth benefit somewhat.
Extra toilet paper.
Why won't the toilet fully flush It usually leaves the toilet paper until you flush twice It used to do it all in one flush?
Probably an issue with the main line. Tree roots possible or collapsing. One thing you might try if it is just buildup in the line. Get a 5 gallon bucket full of water and pour it in the toilet as fast as it will take it. Enough so that the level in the bowl comes up to the underneath side of the rim. This may open up the line for a while.
Recycled toilet paper is made from used paper. It isn't made from used toilet paper. That would be gross.
With toilet paper. You wad up or fold up some and wipe away, flush down the toilet (not in the trash can!). This is not necessary for a man after urinating as the urine can simply be shaken off, though it does not hurt to use a sheet or two if you would like to.
Remove extraneous fecal matter with more toilet paper and make sure you wash your hands thoroughly at the end (which you should do anyway).
It should pass harmlessly.
Don't Flush: Tampons Maxi Pads Paper Towels Cigarette Butts One Night Stand Cellphones Condoms Love Letters Junkie Mail Sweaters Socks Hopes Goldfish Dreams Makeup Gum Do Flush: Baby Diapers Wallets Babies
toilet "paper" the answer is paper.
For a Christmas fruit basket, winter fruit are recommended. A basket is filled with shredded, coloured paper with the fruit placed on top. The basket is then enclosed with plastic gift wrapping and tied with ribbons.
The toilet paper holder needs to be within easy and convenient reach of someone sitting on the toilet. There should be room between the person and the holder. Also, if possible, avoid placing the holder under the towel rack, since the paper could become wet. The practical way to figure this out is to sit on the toilet.
You simply wrap-up the tampon and throw it in the bin, just like pads or softcups. When away from home you can get scented plastic bags from the sanitary product isle which allow you to wrap-up your used tampon in toilet paper then this bag to prevent odour or blood leaking through the toilet paper if you need to put the tampon in your bag - e.g. if there is no bin available. You'll also… Read More
The fact that it is paper for a toilet
yes toilet paper is a solid.
Toilet paper is cellulose.
It's like eating paper- it's not good for you, but you won't die. if you eat toilet paper it will do nothing to you but do not eat toilet paper.
Orientation of an open-ended toilet tissue holder: The open end of a toilet tissue paper holder should always face you (from a sitting position). You can turn it faceing away from you, but you'll quickly discover it looks uncomfortably wrong to the eye.