A: No. Just for toilet.
A: I don't know if it is meant to be used on floor drains, but I've used it to unclog my shower drain and it works.
A: Yes and it works awesome
A: Janice, I think the Power Plunger could do the trick. The rubber entry gate if you are using it on the disposal side, should give you an excellent seal. Just don't drop your freshly peeled carrots in the sink until you've sterilized the basin!
A: Yes it can be used for that purpose.. Jus rap a rag around the base where it fits in the drain so you dont get any blow nack.
A: You should be able to use it on a sink as long as the cone (black plastic piece on the end) sits snugly into the drain and as long as there is only one drain hole.
A: I believe so, it work well in the toilet, so if you get a good seal around the drain it should work fine, knowing how it works , hope that help
A: I see no reason why it couldn't. It needs to pull in water that it then uses to push the clog through the drain so you would need to get water from somewhere if there is none standing in the sink. But the principle is the same whether you're using it for the toilet or the sink.
A: I don’t believe so. There is no way to disinfect it so you are also likely to get lethal bacteria into a sink
A: The plunger doesn't take much force at all to push. Of course, pushing quickly should force the clog down the drain more effectively, but I tend to start slow at first to minimize any rogue splashing. Getting the dirty end to seal enough in the bottom of the toilet can take some force depending on the shape of the bottom of the bowl/opening, but I have yet to find a clog this cannot clear with a few easy blasts.
A: You will find this easy to grip and plunge.
A: I can get the force up to 140 lb. But good news for you...you won't need that much pressure to clear majority of clogs ... but to know the potential force is there if needed, and avoid a plumber, even if you have to call in a family member for help.
A: Sorry I can't help answer this question. I purchased the jolter because it sounded like a good idea because I have a slow flushing toilet and thought maybe there was a slight blockage because I sometimes have to flush twice before the paper goes down but haven't opened it yet.
A: anyone can use it . Quite easy to operate. Even the most stubborn clog goes down the drain.
A: It doesn't take any force at all. Works great.
A: This takes a lot less force than the wooden stick one. In fact, you don't need to exert much force at all and it will unclog with one or two pumps.