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6 ft. Toilet Auger with Bulb Head

  • An essential household item, saving money on a plumber
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The RIDGID 6 ft. Toilet Auger is a high-quality tool designed to provide safe and easy cleaning of toilet obstructions. The bulb-head auger features a compression-wrapped inner cable. Full lifetime warranty against material defects and workmanship.

  • 1/2 in. compression-wrapped inner core cable
  • Negotiates water-conserving toilets
  • Telescopes for optimal reach
  • Bulb-head design
  • Kink resistant

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Clogged toilet how do I use this product?

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Redmond, Oregon
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March 3, 2015
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It's easy! You insert the bulb end into the toilet, trying to get as much of the auger into the toilet drain. Then, as you crank the knob you also push down on it, feeding the "snake" further into the drain. Twist the knob a few more times while it is still fully inserted. As you pull it out, keep twisting the knob. Remove the auger and the toilet should flush properly.
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Cocoa, Fla.
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This 6-foot auger is designed to clear blockages within the toilet itself. (There are YouTube videos that demonstrate how toilets flow and flush.) Its design also protects visible ceramic at base of toilet bowl from scratching by rotating cable. It won't clear the wider sewage drain under the floor. I use it before getting on the roof with a power auger or calling a plumber.
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Go to you tube. Ask your question and then watch the video.
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June 18, 2014
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Pull the handle all the way out so the auger portion retracts into the tube. Only the bulb end will be exposed. Insert the bulb end and rock the tube back so the auger has a straight shot into the toilet drain hole and push while turning the handle. The auger should proceed down the drain. When the handle "bottoms out" pull the auger out while continuing to turn the handle. The drain should clear but Read More
Pull the handle all the way out so the auger portion retracts into the tube. Only the bulb end will be exposed. Insert the bulb end and rock the tube back so the auger has a straight shot into the toilet drain hole and push while turning the handle. The auger should proceed down the drain. When the handle "bottoms out" pull the auger out while continuing to turn the handle. The drain should clear but repaet the process if it does not. Wash the auger in the tub or shower and let dry. Spray with lubricant to keep rust to a minumum. Read Less
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April 27, 2014
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Checkout this video on youtube.
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Detroit, MI, USA
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March 4, 2014
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place the tool into the toilet bowl pull up handle push down on handle while turning the handle when you feel the point of blockage turn handle and pull the handle upward and it should have what is stopping the toilet up caught into the head of the hand snakes bit. repeat this if needed.
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February 12, 2014
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There is a short description on the back of the packaging material that shows how to insert the auger into the toilet waste line. There are two things you need to be alert to BEFORE using the auger. First, make sure that you align the auger so that the cushioned part of the tube rests on the bottom of the bowl so as to not scratch the porcelain. Second, if you think you will need more coil than what you Read More
There is a short description on the back of the packaging material that shows how to insert the auger into the toilet waste line. There are two things you need to be alert to BEFORE using the auger. First, make sure that you align the auger so that the cushioned part of the tube rests on the bottom of the bowl so as to not scratch the porcelain. Second, if you think you will need more coil than what you see, before putting the auger in, pull the coil out so that the inner sleeve is showing. On the sleeve you will see three holes and a button at the topmost. Release the button so as to release more coil, if possible, before using the auger. You will also need to return the coil and button to that position after using the device.
Depending upon your plumbing and the type of clog you may need to use a significant amount of force to turn the crank and force the bulb head through the clog. Be careful with the handle if it becomes stiff, as it may rebound on you. Finally, once you have gone through the clog, crank the cable back and forth several times to fully clear the obstruction. Good luck!
After use, clean and sanitize the coil and tool, and dry the cable as the untreated steel will rust. You can oil the coil with something like mineral oil to slow the rust down. Read Less
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Pull the turn handle all the way out until the head of the snake is up against the bottom of the orange plastic piece.
Now look at the toilet. If the drain is at the back, you'll see something like an "S" curve behind the toilet. Inside the toilet (if you can see it), the drain slopes towards the back. If it's a back-draining toilet, stand opposite the tank, lower the the curved part of the tool gently
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Pull the turn handle all the way out until the head of the snake is up against the bottom of the orange plastic piece.
Now look at the toilet. If the drain is at the back, you'll see something like an "S" curve behind the toilet. Inside the toilet (if you can see it), the drain slopes towards the back. If it's a back-draining toilet, stand opposite the tank, lower the the curved part of the tool gently into the toilet with the head of the snake facing away from you, and place the curved part into the curve of the drain.
If it's not a back-draining toilet, reverse this and place the head of the snake facing forward with the long handle at the *back* of the toilet.
Now, with the head of the snake facing away from you, turn the handle clockwise while pushing the metal shaft attached to the snake. Although you shouldn't push too hard, you may need to give a bit of force to thread the snake into the drain and clear away the clog. You'll see the snake itself start to come out of the plastic handle and go into the draing. *Always* turn the crank; this will prevent the snake from getting stuck. At some point, you should feel a "release" and you'll be able to push the snake easily. Push the crank down until it reaches to the top of the plastic handle.
Now, start turning the handle counter-clockwise while pulling on the snake. Eventually, the head of the snake will come all the way to the curved plastic part, and you'll be able to remove the tool from the toilet.
To be safe, repeat this 1-2 times, then try flushing the toilet.
If there's brown crud stuck in the head of the snake or caking the snake, cover it with dishwashing liquid and wash it off in your laundry tub or bathtub with plenty of hot water. Be sure to remove everything.
If your toilet is clogging on a regular basis, have a plumber check your outside sewer drains for blockages. They can build up over time, and then suddenly cause your laundry drain, bathtub, and toilet to back up with messy consequences.
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October 30, 2013
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Mastadruma, this product is called a toilet auger, so I would think it would unclog a toilet. Several of the reviews state that they had success doing so.
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This won't unclog a toilet. It isn't designed for that. You need a toilet snake. I would also recommend calling a professional that knows what to do. Your problem may not be in the toilet but in the pipes.
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September 28, 2013
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There are video's of regular people on YouTube talking about their experience with it and showing you how to use it..just go to YouTube and type toilet auiger in the search.
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How does this toilet auger differ from other augers?

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Why does the description indicate it's for toilets? How is it different from ones that can be used in sinks, showers, tubs, etc?

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Budd Lake, NJ
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This auger has a protective sleeve over it so that it won't scratch the porcelain while you are clearing the toilet.
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It doesn't have a long piece that has to be wound up. I haven't tried it on anything else. I would think it would work on other drains.
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The major difference is that it has a protective cover on the part that inserts into the throat of the toilet. This prevents the wire from scratching or damaging the porcelain. Also, ithas a wider coil and is stronger.
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It is a 3' that extends to a 6'. The extra length may just come in handy one day.
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This is designed to make it around the curves inherent in toilet function. In normal basin drains, i.e. sinks, showers, tubs, etc., you have the radical bend of a "P" trap. This is not designed to handle that sharp of a bend. This is specific for toilets and does an excellent job, and is durable.
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The curved end, coated in thick plastic, is designed to fit in the waste line in a toilet. The telescoping spring is then extended into the highly contorted waste drain made of porcelain. Rotating the spring dislodges the clog allowing the water to flow. It would lnot work well in a sink or shower without damaging the fittings or pipe itselt - the spring is too stiff and unyielding. Plus, it's designed Read More
The curved end, coated in thick plastic, is designed to fit in the waste line in a toilet. The telescoping spring is then extended into the highly contorted waste drain made of porcelain. Rotating the spring dislodges the clog allowing the water to flow. It would lnot work well in a sink or shower without damaging the fittings or pipe itselt - the spring is too stiff and unyielding. Plus, it's designed to fit into the curved waste line inside a toilet. It's not interchangeable. Read Less
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The snake and bulb head on the business end of the snake are too big for most drains in sinks and tubs in homes. It also has a long pipe handle to keep you away from the unsanitary toilet bowl area when spinning the handle. This feature is not necessary on other drains in the average household.
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It's designed for toilets because of the rubberized curve at the bottom, so it can glide into your toilet and not damage it.
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I have this type of auger. It has enough length to unplug whatever's in the toilet's bowels, reaching approximately to the floor. An advantage of this design over a longer, sink-type auger is that the curved plastic neck puts the auger's head past the inner lip of the toilet and protects the ceramic from visible scratching and marking by the coiled spring when it is turned.
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Augers for sinks, showers, and so forth look like a drum attached to a handle and crank. The auger cable is stored in the drum, with the tip pointing out the front. To use this type of auger, you push the tip down into the drain, then turn the crank, which unwinds the cable and turns it at the same time. This movement has the effect of chewing through heavy blockages.
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Augers for sinks, showers, and so forth look like a drum attached to a handle and crank. The auger cable is stored in the drum, with the tip pointing out the front. To use this type of auger, you push the tip down into the drain, then turn the crank, which unwinds the cable and turns it at the same time. This movement has the effect of chewing through heavy blockages.
This type of auger is easy to use when the drain path is essentially straight lines with occasional right angles. Plumbing runs don't have "straight" lines, but you get the idea.
For several reasons, this type of auger is not preferred for toilets. To get the cable tip into the drain, you have to stick your hand into the toilet, and if it's already plugged up with waste, that's not an attractive idea! Even if the water is clear, the form of a regular auger forces you to turn the crank under water.
This toilet auger is quite different. You put the hooked end into the trough at the bottom of the toilet, which orients the auger tip to go up into the drain. Because of the long handle, you can extend the cable and turn it without getting anywhere near the toilet bowl. The auger cable slides in easily, and as you turn the handle, it chews up the blockage quite easily.
I've used this type of auger with great success. A word of warning: the tip can get clogged with very hard, compacted fecal matter. There's no good way to clean it, other than soaking it in very hot water and then washing it repeatedly in a bathtub. Disinfect afterwards. A combination of disinfecting soap, dilute bleach, and water will clean the auger, your toilet, and your bathtub better than new.
In summary, an ordinary auger will work with toilets, but it will be a big hassle. This auger, on the other hand, makes cleaning toilets a breeze. If your pain point is toilet clogs (mine sure is), then get this auger. If not, a regular auger may be more useful. Read Less
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how do i release a six foot auger when i push the button nothing happen?

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You need to push the auger in the toilet after you push the button. Just slide the auger down the toilet and start turning the handle and you're done. Just clean off the bulb with a hose and put away. The easiest thing I have ever used for a toilet, after the plunger was unsuccessful.
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You have to push the button while pulling on the snake. Should come right out. But the difficulty lies when you try to shrink it back to 3 feet. I found it to be extremely difficult to do, especially because it still had stuff from the toilet on it. Don't think I'll be extending it again.
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After pushing the button, pull the handle all the way out until it clicks again at the end.
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If you followed the instructions that came with the auger and the extension will not come out proper, return it to your local Home Depot. The Rigid 6' toilet auger has a Lifetime Warranty for replacement.
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Hold the tube with the hole in it where you push the button, then push the button and pull on the cable with your other hand...
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Are you asking how to extend it or are you asking how to retrieve it after extension? If you are needing to extend it, you want to make sure you have a firm grip on the metal part of the auger. Pull up on the handle until the button clicks at the bottom. ~ Keep in mind is is another three feet so just make sure you pull up enough for it to click at the bottom. ------ If you are wanting to retrieve it, Read More
Are you asking how to extend it or are you asking how to retrieve it after extension? If you are needing to extend it, you want to make sure you have a firm grip on the metal part of the auger. Pull up on the handle until the button clicks at the bottom. ~ Keep in mind is is another three feet so just make sure you pull up enough for it to click at the bottom. ------ If you are wanting to retrieve it, you have to push the button in at the bottom of the handle. What was easier for me, was to feed the three-feet back into the handle until it snapped into place at the top. Then I was able to retrieve the remaining coil from the toilet. Read Less
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February 5, 2013
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it sounds like you need to hold the auger with your right hand with your thumb holding the button and grab the flexible end with your left hand to pull it out. A pair of rubber gloves should be all you need.
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The button allows one to extend the auger up to 6 feet; it does not extend automatically.
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Hello, you need to pull the turn handle away from the fixed handle. You spread them.
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http://www.ridgid.com/Tools/K3-K6-Toilet-Augers
Attached is a link that will explain the operation of the K-6
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Can this unclog a toilet?

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unclog a toliet
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Absolutely! That is what it is designed for. It works great! I had to pull a decorative towel (picture a burrito made of cloth and cardboard) out of my toilet and this product excelled where the cheaper model failed.
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June 4, 2016
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Yes it does a great jog. We use it twice a week.
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Yes - I read the reviews and watched the video posted under this question. I tried a cheaper 3ft and it did not work after many tries. I got the Rigid 6 ft and it worked in a couple minutes. Easy to use. Thanks to all the reviewers, too.
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That's what it is designed for. Really quick
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Yes it works great and is easy to use
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March 31, 2015
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No, this is not meant to unclog a toilet. A toilet snake would be appropriate for that purpose.
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That's what I use it for.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 188 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Great Unstopped my RV toilet in a jiffy when nothing else worked. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Life saver My toilet became clogged up late one Sat night and I tried to clear it with the plunger with no avail. We only have two toilets in the house with many folks using them. I was not looking forward to the $200 + Sunday call out for the plumber. I decided to have a look on You Tube for solutions. I saw a master plumber explain this toilet auger so I decided to purchase one at HD on Sunday. Best $50 I spent in a long time. Note for first time users is that if you crank the handle "fast"so the snake rotates quickly you will have better luck with getting it past the top of the toilet trap with a little pushing. Took me a few minutes to master this and get the snake to pass the tight radius trap. Don't give up. Continue to apply pressure to push the snake in while turning fast. Good workout. I recommend watching the videos on the web before doing the job. Once you have the clog cleared flush a few time as well as run the water in the sink and shower that is closest to the toilet for a few minutes. This helps to wash the debris further down the piping and out into the sewage system. October 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by easy fix I didnt know what to do when my toliet clogged and could not be fixed with a plunger. I added baking soda and vinegar overnight to no avail. As a single mom I always have to figure it out so I googled it and read reviews. Took me 10 minutes and now no problem. I was on the fence about the price being so high but my plumbing system is not great so I figured $50 is an investment and I will only buy once. Happy I did, I have a cheap auger for the tub and it is flimsy and useless. Buy quality one time, in my opinion. September 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A humble and essential tool. The auger performed as well as most of the reviews said it would. A humble and essential tool. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Auger The auger worked great and I was able to unclog the toilet on my own September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Saved me from calling a plumber and spending lots of $$$ My son flushed a decorative towel down the toilet by accident. I had a cheapo toilet auger that I tried and tried to clear the drain with, but it just kept turning around and coming right back at me! In desperation I decided to spend the $50 on this toilet auger. I figured if it didn't work I'd have to call a plumber. Well, when I first saw it I realized that the cheap one I had was really a piece of junk. The auger on this one is about a quarter of an inch thick. The handle is super heavy duty and the spring tip on the end is razor sharp (For hooking onto stuff like a towel). After about 2 minutes I had the towel snagged and pulled out of the toilet. Having the proper tool for the job really does make a difference! July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent tool Heavy duty material, great design, functions just as advertised. Plunger had not worked. This cleared toilet drain immediately. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A staple in any Maintenance Tech's tool-bag. This toilet auger is the tool-of-choice for the twelve (12) maintenance techs in my region. I also know we use this very same piece of equipment, throughout the company (throughout the country), at any number of our 310 properties. It's fairly easy to handle, and the plastic collar, positioned perfectly to help avoid scratching the porcelain. The extension feature enables our techs to easily poke-through the toilet and into the sanitary-line to clear those tough clogs. June 28, 2016
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