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Perfume bottle down the toilet

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I accidently dropped a glass perfume bottle down the toilet and it disappeared. It is round and about the size of an extra large egg. Is it going to go on down the sewer pipe or hang ujp in the plumbing under my house?

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  • mislis8200 Nov 29, 2008

    I have a couple pf perfume bottles, which have lost the top sprayer after being dropped on the floor I absolutly adore the fragrances so it is very hard to throw them away without trying to fix them if I can. Is there some way to solve this issue?

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Put a big hand ful of loo paper paper down and flush if it disappears the bend is clear. you can also lift the inspection cover outside while doing this and see what is happening there although i it is shaped like an egg it should just keep moving . some people leave more than an egg sized load behind and dont have a problem LOL . hope this helps joe

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