Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 51
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jean Highly recommend this item!
At least four applications of soda/vinegar, followed by boiling water did nothing to unclog my sink. In fact it was worse than before the treatments. This gadget took care of the clog in just a couple of minutes. It took a lot more tries than many reviewers stated that it took to solve their problem, but it got it done. I'm so happy I don't have to resort to using the snake, or even worse, calling a plumber. BTW, I had no problem with the black gasket coming off, but if it does, just slip it back on. I noticed in the store that one had come off and it was put on backward. I flipped it over and put it back on almost like a big rubber-band. It's not a big deal. Don't let those negative reviews stop you from trying out this handy little tool. Less than $3.00 sure beats the price of a plumber. Sorry guys....
June 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BillDauterive It worked, I'm shocked but happy
I've been dealing with slow draining and clogged sing drains for over a year. I've had maintenance come in and clean it, which only made a minor improvement. Snakes and drano did nothing (drano actually made the problem worse).
So I bought this item for $2 and figured I'd try it. My drain isn't currently clogged (it only becomes fully clogged every few months), but it is slow draining. After a half dozen pumps, the water turned murky and then went solid black. I drained the water and did it again. Same thing, murky water and then it turned black. I figured if all it does it loosen the gunk in the pipes, then send it back down to get stuck again how does that help me?
But I noticed after the third time I used it that the sink was draining normally again, for the first time in a few years. I don't know if the toothpaste I use clogs it or what, but this product accomplished what chemicals, snakes and apartment maintenance could not.
June 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by andyknas Best $2.24 purchase ever!
I've spent countless hours on a bathroom drain issue already - $30+ on liquid plumber, tried a CO2 plunger, snake, small regular plunger, took pipes apart, etc. but couldn't get past a slow drain issue for over 6 months. It was to the point now where I was going to call in a pro because it's driving me batty! I saw the reviews for this and had to give it a shot. I plugged the overflows and plunged away. After 5 min of rigirous work a bunch of black material made it's way into the sink. Shortly after, the sink began to drain. This plunger is truly amazing!
May 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CRMZ This plunger works
I am with another reviewer that used Drano to clear a clog in the kitchen sink to no avail. Based on his review I bought this tiny plunger. It's strong suction, cleared the kitchen drain in two plunges. And...I bought it for $2.24. Great price, it works, and I highly recommend it.
April 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JillofAllTrades Removed dent from my car!
Yes, you read that right! after reading the great reviews here and watching a couple of videos on YouTube, I purchased this plunger to pop a dent out on my car. I poured hot water down the side of the car, over the dent, and then applied this plunger right in the middle of the dent, slowly but steadily pulled back on the plunger, and presto! the dent popped out! I will keep this amazing little plunger around the house for sink and shower clogs from now on. Best $2.50 I ever spent!
February 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Russ A little powerhouse
We had a slow draining bathroom sink, and this little guy had the drain cleared in less than a minute. I can't believe this worked so well on that drain. Best three dollars I ever spent.
March 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BizyLizy Awesome!
Cleared the bathroom sink drain in 30 seconds. Had previously used three different liquid plumbers and baking soda and white vinegar but they did nothing. Would definitely recommend this product to others.
March 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Caesura Small but mighty!
After Plan A (liquid drain cleaner) and Plan B (baking soda and vinegar) failed to unclog my bathtub drain, I traveled to The Home Depot to purchase Plan C (a plunger) and Plan D (a drain auger). When I spied this tiny yellow instrument, I was skeptical of its power, but it attached itself to the aisle floor quite securely in an impromptu test I carried out, so I decided to give it a chance.
To make a long story short, I never had to resort to Plan D; the plunger was able to clear the clog by itself. After a few plunges, water was flowing freely. I'm going to return the unneeded drain auger to The Home Depot tomorrow, but I'm keeping this plunger forever!
As you're viewing this item online, you might have a hard time getting a sense of how small and light this plunger is. From the rim of the bell to the tip of the handle, it measures seven inches. On my scale, it weighs in at exactly two ounces. You can carry it anywhere, and it's easy to store. The design is adorable; I kind of want to glue some googly eyes on the handle and use it as a shelf ornament.
Of course, this plunger is suitable only for sink, shower, and bathtub drains; the handle is much too short for this plunger to be useful in the toilet.
November 5, 2012