Maintaining the toilet is one of the grossest household jobs imaginable. For obvious reasons. It is undoubtedly the least favorable of all your chores.
There are many reasons for Clogged Toilets;
Low flow toilets often experience clogging issues. Low flow toilets are typically first generation, and clogging may indicate that the lifetime of your toilet has expired.
Sometimes, toilets clog simply because they are being burdened with too much waste. Substantial amounts of toilet paper or non-flushable items are a common cause of clogging. Objects can block the trap, which has the primary purpose of preventing the drain from clogging, but certain non-disposable objects can interfere with the trap, preventing the water from draining properly.
Hard water deposits can be the source of frequent clogging. Excessive buildup can accumulate over time, leading you to more thoroughly clean your toilet to relieve clogging.
The drain line itself may be the problem, rather than the toilet.
Hair is a common drain clogging substance that many people overlook. Initially, this issue can be fixed with a chemical solution, but repeated offenses to your toilet could result in more permanent damage, requiring a professional to come and fix the drain.