The best method to remove a toilet paper clog from a toilet is using a plunger. There are two main types of plungers – a cup plunger and a flange plunger.
A toilet clog requires the latter as it has an additional lip inside the cup that assists in generating a tight seal around the drain opening.
If the toilet is very full, remove some of the excess water using the bucket, maybe it occurs due to the burst pipe under the house. Don’t remove all of the water as a little bit of water will increase the pressure which is used to dislodge the clog.
Insert the plunger into the toilet and cover the entire drain opening. A tight seal is essential for unclogging a blocked toilet. Keeping the plunger vertical, start plunging up and down using forceful movements.
HOW TO UNCLOG A TOILET WITHOUT A PLUNGER
Because toilet paper blockages are considered minor in nature, you can probably clear a toilet paper blockage without a plunger. Some of the techniques include pouring hot water and soap into the bowl to speed up the disintegration process. You could also use an unfurled metal coat hanger.
HOW TO PREVENT TOILET CLOGS CAUSED BY TOILET PAPER
Switching to a thinner, low-ply paper will reduce the likelihood of a toilet paper clog because it breaks down easily and quickly when it comes in contact with water
Reduce the amount of toilet paper you use in a single sitting
If you do need to use a lot of toilet paper, try flushing more than once. The toilet only blocks if a single flush is not enough to move the toilet paper through the system