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Anyone have any input on these? Do they work better than a regular plunger?
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Anyone have any input on these? Do they work better than a regular plunger?
I'm pretty sure they do. You're basically doing what the tiny bottom part does with the shaft full of air. But the problem is you need to touch that rubber part to swap it out? And doesn't the inside of the plunger get "crap" in it and then you just spread the crap in your sink when you want to unclog your sink?
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Strange. The Black one is a totally different product. Besides the obvious branding, the handle and the seal are different as well.

I have no idea which version is being reviewed. Seems like an easy way to swap out a cheaper, inferior product for one that was well received.
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Anyone have any input on these? Do they work better than a regular plunger?
Nope... I bought 1 recently, the concept is there but didn't work better then a classic plunger. I noticed that it began to bubble near the neck where the cup sits while pressurizing the canister. it never created enough pressure to push the clog. Ended up returning it.
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Strange. The Black one is a totally different product. Besides the obvious branding, the handle and the seal are different as well.

I have no idea which version is being reviewed. Seems like an easy way to swap out a cheaper, inferior product for one that was well received.
From the photos in the reviews looks like the "blue" one is the one being reviewed.
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I find that plungers don't work worth crap on modern toilets. It's the new design. Instead of a bowl with a drain on it like an old toilet where the water in the bowl is what causes it to flush, a modern toilet is like an airplane toilet where a big volume of water goes down a big pipe in the back and sucks the stuff out of the bowl. Thus when you plunger it, it doesn't push anything down the out pipe but just compresses the air in the big down pipe. Thus doing not much at all.

I use an auger.
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I have no idea which version is being reviewed.
Reviews of verified purchases state which color is being reviewed. You can also filter the reviews by "format" to show only reviews for color: black [amazon.com].
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maybe everyone needs a poop knife

https://www.buzzfeed.com/terripou....rwP7y7MAX
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I'm pretty sure they do. You're basically doing what the tiny bottom part does with the shaft full of air. But the problem is you need to touch that rubber part to swap it out? And doesn't the inside of the plunger get "crap" in it and then you just spread the crap in your sink when you want to unclog your sink?
I have a 3 year old. Just add in my wife's shiii and it's all the same.
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maybe everyone needs a poop knife

https://www.buzzfeed.com/terripou....rwP7y7MAX [buzzfeed.com]
That was hilarious. Thanks for the share!
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I have used this in the past and it works well for nearly the same price

https://m.lowes.com/pd/Liquid-Plu...1000096940
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This could be good for a sink, but so is regular drano maintenance. Generally you get better results with a toilet when you use a plunger designed for the toilet.

Toilet vs Sink Plunger [theartofdoingstuff.com]
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Anyone have any input on these? Do they work better than a regular plunger?
It doesn't work... I got it last time.. The rubber was too flimsy to retain shape and hence could never get a good hold when I tried to use it on a jammed toilet.... Lokks good but doesn't work
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It doesn't work... I got it last time.. The rubber was too flimsy to retain shape and hence could never get a good hold when I tried to use it on a jammed toilet.... Lokks good but doesn't work

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