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With Thanksgiving just behind us and the month of December full of holidays, the last thing you want is a clog in your toilet. People often flush materials down toilets without realizing that they contribute to clogs. These include facial tissues, wipes, napkins, paper towels, coffee grounds, feminine hygiene products, grease and other fats or oils, and diapers! As they sit in your waste pipes, they block other material you flush down afterward, until finally a clog is formed. We know it can be hard to determine whether a product should be flushed or not because many products are labeled flushable. To determine whether or not an item should go into your toilet drain, fill two bowls with water. Put toilet paper in one bowl, and the item you’re wondering about in the other. If you swish these around in the water and then leave them for about an hour, when you return, you’ should see the difference. Toilet paper disintegrates in water, so it easily goes down your drain and out through the waste pipes. Other items remain intact. If the material does not disintegrate in water, it is not flushable!