Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 43
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 Walker957 Very powerful for its size
I had a bathroom sink that was clogging, and no amount of noxious chemicals or baking soda and vinegar would clear it. My toilet plunger was way too big for the sink, so I bought the Mini Bellows Plunger at my local Home Depot. After just one plunge down, the drain pipe made a loud gurgling noise and I could hear water flowing downwards. I pulled the plunger up, and the rest of the water in the basin disappeared down the drain. In less than a minute the sink was good as new.
It's almost unbelievable how quickly the Mini Bellows works, given its size and light weight. Best 2 bucks and change I ever spent on a home repair device!
February 17, 2015
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
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HappyHousewife WOW!
The bathroom sink was clogged and would fill with water when I turned on the faucet, so I decided to try the baking soda/vinegar method, which worked slightly, but did not resolve the problem. I knew that a sink plunger was needed, so I came to the Home Depot site and saw that this item was available. My husband bought the plunger this evening, plunged a few times, and a lot of "stuff" came to the surface (YUCK!), but it worked like a charm! UNCLOGGED SINK - MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! I would recommend this to anyone!
September 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PlaidNinja It's a plunger. It plunges. Yay.
It's a sink plunger. It works well. The black ring kind of pops off a bit sometimes but that's not exactly a big deal. (put it back) I was able to resolve a terrible bathroom sink clog in 2 minutes with this thing which cost less than a bottle of Drain-O so it gets 5 star treatment automatically.
Installation is a breeze. Put in hand and plunge.
December 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MJR I'm Amazed at How Well This Worked!
I had a bathroom sink that was draining slowly. I tried clearing it with other plungers, took the trap apart and cleaned it, used baking soda/vinegar/hot water to clear it - nothing worked.
After a few pumps with this plunger it extracted a bunch of sludge from somewhere in the drain system. The drain now flows great. I can't believe this inexpensive plunger works so well. I'm going to buy a few more to have as spares.
Note: Be sure to cover the vent hole in the sink when you use this. Otherwise you may get covered with some nasty contents from your drain.
August 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cece Amazed at how well it worked!
My bathroom sink went from slow draining to no draining. I tried the baking soda vinegar route with no luck. I went to the store and got this plunger and a drain snake. The drain snake is going back! I filled up the sink, blocked off the overflow, placed this over the drain and opened it. The suction was tight to the sink, and the amount of gunk it pulled up was unreal. The sink drains great now! Well worth $2!
August 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JSR Simple and worked great
Kitchen sink had a something in the drain and this worked perfect.
August 10, 2015