Unclog A Bathroom Soap Dispenser
A bathroom soap dispenser is a product of daily use. When you have a clogged bathroom soap dispenser, then you have to waste out a lot of time even to get a single drop of soap. Unclogging bathroom soap dispenser is the only solution to this problem. These are some important steps of how to unclog a bathroom soap dispenser for you. Disassemble the pump by unscrewing the lid and removing it from the base. Fill the sink with hot water, and place the pump parts in the sink. Soak the pump for several minutes. Use the scrub brush or toothbrush to scrub the pump, especially at connection points and the opening of the pump head. This will remove any dry soap residue. Flush hot water from the faucet through the straw of the pump. Fill the soap vessel, or, for a built-in pump, a small bowl, with hot water. Reassemble the pump top. For a freestanding pump, reattach it to the vessel; for a built-in pump, place the straw in the bowl of water.
Test the pump by drawing the hot water through the pump top as you would to dispense soap. Use the paperclip to clean the pump head. Straighten the paper clip and push it through the disassembled straw. Use the point of the paper clip to dig soap residue out of the opening of the pump head. Flush a large volume of hot water from the faucet through the pump straw and head to remove any remaining residue. Rinse all components of bathroom soap dispenser when soap begins flowing freely again. Fill the vessel with soap and reassemble the pump. Reattach the pump head to the vessel.