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The BrassCraft Black Bellows Plunger offers optimal pressure per square inch with its durable bellows design. The 2-piece construction provides durability. Made to last.

  • For most household toilets
  • 7 in. durable plastic bellows cup
  • 12 in. non-absorbent plastic handle
  • Strong 2-piece construction
  • Bellows design provides excellent pressure per square inch
  • Safe, reliable and easy to use

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One handed operation?

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February 20, 2014
I'm recovering from a broken wrist and do not have the strength to use a regular plunger. Can I operate this plunger one-handed?
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Salinas, CA
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September 8, 2015
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Yes, I'd think so since you don't need to push so hard to get it unclogged.
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Smyrna, TN
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October 28, 2014
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Yes you can use this one handed. It is very easy to use. I would recommend it for you to use even after you are not dealing with an injury.
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Cleveland, OH, USA
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May 22, 2014
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Yes, position the plunger and place your hand near the top and press straight down.
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May 6, 2014
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You can use it one handed providing the hand you use is the one you would normally use, as it may seem difficult< you have to give short sharp motions in and out to make the plunger do its job,
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Novi, Michigan
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February 24, 2014
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We agree with other users here - it is possible to use this plunger with one hand as long as you create a tight seal with the bellows. However, it is recommended that you use 2 hands when using the plunger.
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February 22, 2014
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I'm the one who asked the question. I bought this plunger and you CAN operate it one-handed. It took more plunges than a regular plunger to get the job done, but it worked. There was also more splash [sorry], but that's probably because I was doing it one-handed, and I did not have the steadiest cadence. I hope this helps someone else out there!
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Huntingdon Valley, Bryn Athyn, PA, USA
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February 21, 2014
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you will need two hands for stability otherwise it tend to go left / right. place the good hand first and then your weak one and PUSH
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February 21, 2014
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Yes
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will this work on low flow toilets with the key shaped drain?

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February 7, 2013
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Salinas, CA
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September 8, 2015
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If the bottom of the bellows plunger can completely cover the key shaped drain, the answer is Yes.
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Sevierville, TN
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January 6, 2015
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Absolutely not. Don't waste your time and $$$.
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May 6, 2014
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yes it will, this is the same type of toilet I have and it worked,
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February 18, 2014
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Yes
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Cleveland, Ohio
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January 26, 2014
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I believe that you are describing my new toilets. If you are (oval versus round bowl) then the answer is yes
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August 7, 2013
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YES.
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February 11, 2013
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Poorboy,
Thank you for your inquiry. This particular bellows plunger works best in traditional round hole toilets. It might not create the best suction in the less common "key hole" toilets.
To help with clogs in "key hole" type toilets, we suggest the Plunge-N-Store plunger or the Homeowner Toilet Auger (see both links below). If you would like to speak with our Product Experts, please feel free to
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Poorboy,
Thank you for your inquiry. This particular bellows plunger works best in traditional round hole toilets. It might not create the best suction in the less common "key hole" toilets.
To help with clogs in "key hole" type toilets, we suggest the Plunge-N-Store plunger or the Homeowner Toilet Auger (see both links below). If you would like to speak with our Product Experts, please feel free to call Customer Service toll-free at 800-835-2200.
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Nashville, TN, USA
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February 11, 2013
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Sorry but I have only used this product on the old style toliet with the large capacity tank. For that purpose it works very well but for the new style units I do not have the information you need. Possibly one of the Home Depot Guys could help you with this question.
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Will this plunger work on a sewer drain on the sidewalk that is clogged up?

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February 17, 2015
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No. A plunger works on forcing air through the clog then letting the water do the rest. On a sewer line, usually 4" pipe. There is too much volume for the plunger to effectively force air through the clog. The best way to unclog a sewer line is with a snake.
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Albuquerque, NM
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January 7, 2015
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No, this plunger is only for toilets.
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May 6, 2014
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You could try, but I've never tried it before.
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Cleveland, Ohio
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January 26, 2014
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Probably not. A clogged sewer drain sounds more severe than a clogged toilet. How about a snake?
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August 7, 2013
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PROBABLY NOT.
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March 12, 2013
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Sake,
This plunger is designed to clear clogged toilets and will most likely not work on a sewer drain clog due to force required to clear it. For most sewer outlets we recommend using BrassCraft Encased Sewer Rod carried at The Home Depot (see link below). It is much more effective in clearing sewer pipes as those clogs tend to be more stubborn then a typical toilet clog. Feel free to call our Product Read More
Sake,
This plunger is designed to clear clogged toilets and will most likely not work on a sewer drain clog due to force required to clear it. For most sewer outlets we recommend using BrassCraft Encased Sewer Rod carried at The Home Depot (see link below). It is much more effective in clearing sewer pipes as those clogs tend to be more stubborn then a typical toilet clog. Feel free to call our Product Experts at 800-835-2200 with any additional questions.
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March 8, 2013
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Sorry, but since the only experience I have had with this device is with partially clogged toilets, I can not say for sure wheather the application you mention would be workable. But I seriously doubt that it would. I would think a commercial grade plumbing snake or high presure jettng would be needed for a clogged line close to the street. I don't belive the plunger would be able to build up enough Read More
Sorry, but since the only experience I have had with this device is with partially clogged toilets, I can not say for sure wheather the application you mention would be workable. But I seriously doubt that it would. I would think a commercial grade plumbing snake or high presure jettng would be needed for a clogged line close to the street. I don't belive the plunger would be able to build up enough force to
clear a clog of this type. Although for it's intended use, it works very well.
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what kind of plunger do i use for a dual flush toilet?

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February 3, 2014
environmental friendly toilet ( 1 liquid vs 1.5 liquid/solid)
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I'd use bellows plunger to try since the push is much stronger than the regular toilet plunger.
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The plunger used for a toilet is the same as any toilet. I recommend a bellows style plunger.
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Smyrna, TN
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October 28, 2014
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You can use the E-Z Bellows plunger. It is easy to use and your dual flush only applies to the amount of water used to flush. It does not have two separate drainage areas.
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I would use an environmentally friendly liquid product.
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Novi, Michigan
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February 4, 2014
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Mari,
Thank you for your inquiry. This and other BrassCraft plungers carried by the Home Depot will work on dual flush toilets.
You can choose any of these plunger models:
• BrassCraft Plunge-N-Store Plunger (Model # BC00207, Internet # 202351848, Store SKU # 160837)
• BrassCraft Heavy Duty Force Cup Plunger (Model # PSC2630, Internet # 100067517, Store SKU # 825587)
• BrassCraft E-Z Bellows Plunger
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Mari,
Thank you for your inquiry. This and other BrassCraft plungers carried by the Home Depot will work on dual flush toilets.
You can choose any of these plunger models:
• BrassCraft Plunge-N-Store Plunger (Model # BC00207, Internet # 202351848, Store SKU # 160837)
• BrassCraft Heavy Duty Force Cup Plunger (Model # PSC2630, Internet # 100067517, Store SKU # 825587)
• BrassCraft E-Z Bellows Plunger (Model # BC00320, Internet # 100569768, Store SKU # 530464)
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 123 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Did the job. Made the poo go down! We used other plungers and this one worked best. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great The sink at my office was clogged and I could have just took the plumbing apart and cleaned it but I was a bit lazy so I got the plunger just for this sink and after a few pumps it was unclogged, fast and easy, I have another one for the bathroom. Easy to use, clean, pumped it a few times and that is it. March 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works very well Powerful suction and very sturdy. This item is better than the average plunger. July 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Narrowed plunger head helpful for floor drain It's a simple improvement over standard plungers. A "must have" for older homes with floor drains June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good buy This is my favorite plunger, I have tried several different kinds over the years and this one works. If it does not do the job, call a plumber. I used this type plunger for several years in maintenance of a apartment complex and they hold up real well. June 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job! Great for clogs. No frills just gets the job done. June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This one works! Tried several, this one really works. Fits most commodes well enough that adequate pressure can be achieved, resulting in a successful flush. When needed this is a valuable asset. March 29, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It's fair This plunger is not impressive, though how impressed can you really be with a plunger. It is fairly priced, pretty simple to operate. I just don't think it is designed optimally to get the poo out. I took some work for me. Maybe that was the toilet, maybe the size of the clog, whatever. It does the job. I think i would be more critical if i were someone who had to regularly unclog toilets. April 7, 2015
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