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  • Versatile plunger fits standard and high efficiency toilets
  • Up to 150 lbs. of pressure to clear clogs fast and no mess
  • Recommended by Handyman Club of America
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Product Details

Unclog your toilet quickly and easily with a pro power plunger -- one push and no mess. Johnny Jolter PRO Power Toilet Plunger is used by plumbing professionals and everyday homeowners alike to quickly handle clogged toilets. This unique toilet plunger powerfully clears clogs in both standard and high-efficiency toilets. If it's time to call in the professionals, turn to Johnny Jolter.
  • Clear toilets fast with one push and no mess
  • Works in both standard and high efficiency toilets
  • Recommended by the Handyman Club of America
  • Made from engineer-grade plastics
  • Disassemble/reassemble for convenient cleaning and maintenance
  • A product of the United States
  • Assembled by disabled U.S. veterans



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Questions & Answers

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Q:will this work on a floor drain
by|Nov 30, 2022
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A:  No. Just for toilet.

by|Dec 3, 2022

    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.

    by|Dec 19, 2022
      1 found this answer helpful
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      Q:willworkon kitchen or bthroom sink draind
      by|Oct 22, 2022
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      A:  Yes and it works awesome 

      by|Jan 7, 2023
        2 found this answer helpful
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        Q:Can thePro Power toilet plunger be used to clear a kitchen sink also.
        by|Feb 4, 2022
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        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!

        by|Jan 21, 2023
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          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.

          by|Jun 1, 2022

            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.

            by|Feb 4, 2022

              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

              by|Feb 5, 2022

                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.

                by|Dec 2, 2022

                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

                by|Feb 8, 2022
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                  Q:Compared to the plunger on a wooden stick I've been using, this product sounds ideal. How much force does it take to push down the plunger? I'm an older person who doesn't weigh very much and have little upper body strength ("98-pound weakling").
                  by|Jan 3, 2022
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                  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.

                  by|Jan 7, 2023
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                    A:  You will find this easy to grip and plunge.

                    by|Jan 7, 2023
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                      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.

                      by|Jan 27, 2022

                        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.

                        by|Sep 4, 2022
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                          A:  anyone can use it . Quite easy to operate. Even the most stubborn clog goes down the drain.

                          by|Jan 7, 2023
                            2 found this answer helpful

                            A:  It doesn't take any force at all. Works great.

                            by|Jan 7, 2023
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                              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.

                              by|Jan 7, 2023
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                                Customer Reviews

                                3.9 out of 5
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                                It definitely works
                                Very easy to use in clean or dirty water. Simply suck up water from the bowl or other source by pulling back the plunger. Then wedge the nozzle tip down into the clogged drain and push the handle down with a little force. The clog should clear with one or two tries. Takes fewer attempts and causes less splash back than other plungers. If you have any "organic material" that get stuck on or in the plunger the components come apart for cleaning.
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                                Declare War on Your Blocked Toilet!
                                Remembering last Holiday Season’s extra “gifts” from our guests, I decided to be prepared for whatever those little munchkins dumped into the toilet bowls including fruitcake, I think. The JohnnyJolter looks like one of those air space guns we got to play with back in the 1960, but is a serious weapon against clogged toilet bowls. As described on the package, it is a power plunger of unique design. The back of the package has clear illustrated directions for operation. In 5 easy steps, you should be free of that unwanted clog. We gave it a workout immediately after someone called a plumbing emergency in the powder room. I did not have time to wait for the swan neck auger to break up whatever was downstream, nor did I want to use an old fashion plunger while wearing dress clothes. The unit worked as advertised. I do not recommend attempting to use chemicals to assist in unblocking the toilet, as backsplash could be more of a hazard. Clean up of the unit is quite direct and illustrated on the lower section of the back of the packaging. I recommend saving this backer for later reference. A big plus is that this item is made in U.S.A., assembled by Disabled U.S. Veterans. It is distributed by K-CO products, LLC from California.
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                                • Recommended
                                1 found this review helpful
                                Power Shot
                                This is an interesting bathroom plumbing tool. I was not sure about it at first, but quickly got the hang of it and saw just how amazing it is. While it will not help with major plumbing problems, it is designed to give more power than the plunger to unclog a toilet. It does that quite well. The instructions are easy to follow. It is easy to clean. It is a little bit more to store or hide than a plunger, but the power it delivers is worth it. It is made in the USA.
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                                1 found this review helpful
                                Backup
                                This plunger is by far the most powerful one yet. When testing the product, I felt that my hands were closer to the water than a standard plunger. The thought of using the existing water and fill the plunger, and after wards cleaning it is a little scary. I am definitely keeping this as a back up, but still using the plunger first. I absolutely love that it is assembled by vets.
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                                • Recommended
                                Easy use, easy clean, works great
                                I have had so many plungers rot out and become useless. This plunger is substantial, and made with materials that look like they can survive the test of time. The fact they are assembled by disabled veterans is “icing on the cake.” The lubrication on the plunger shows real care in the assembly. One day the drain in the bathroom basin was slow. I decided to use this plunger. Yes, I cleaned it well. Fortunately, the spout on the basin faucet swings to the side easily. I could get this plunger directly on the drain. I disconnected the drain plug from the lever inside the drain. I could close the drain, but also completely remove it to use the plunger. I closed the drain and filled the basin. I sucked water up into the plunger. I removed the drain plug and used the plunger directly on the drain. Wow! I got stuff out of the overflow channel of the basin. The drain had cleared. I did the same again. It seemed like the first time was all it took to clear the drain completely. I will keep this plunger where I know where it is. I decided to use it on the kitchen sink. It fits perfectly in the drain opening. Again, I stopped the drain and ran water in the sink. I sucked water into the plunger, then removed and plug. The plunger allows a lot of pressure on anything stuck in the drain. Finally, it was needed on the toilet. I put as much “clean” water in the toilet as possible to minimize the mess inside the plunger. I was so intent on cleaning the toilet I forgot to take a picture before the push. I sucked water into the plunger and one push on the plunger at the bottom cleared the toilet. Then, with clean water in the toilet the plunger was basically self-cleaning by repeatedly sucking clean water in and pushing it out. You can also remove the front funnel and sanitize the funnel and the plunger for the next use.
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                                • Recommended
                                works on odd toilets
                                We have Toto toilets where the beginning of the hole is a rectangle and then there's the actual drain. Normal plungers don't seal as they are for round openings. Fun fact, you cannot return a plunger in CA. Anyway, worked great, clear drain after 2 tries.
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                                  2 found this review helpful
                                  Compare to your toilet profile first
                                  Johnny Jolter PRO Power Toilet Plunger Country of origin - USA (made by disabled Vets) As a concept, the Jolter is Brilliant - a no-chemical, no-auger, hydro force solution to a clogged loo. The idea is to draw up about 1 or 2 quarts of toilet bowl water into the "barrel" and then plunge the water through the small hole at the bottom,, presumably blasting through the obstruction.. This has a better chance of working if the small hole @ bottom of bowl is round, like the softer rubber tip of the Jolter. Ours is U shaped, so no sealing fit. Cool idea, and supporting Vets, but not a "go" for our potties. Recommend, with reservations.
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                                  Well Made & It Works
                                  Clearing blocked toilets is inevitably messier than I thought it was going to be so having a simple, straightforward tool that is easy to use and effective is a huge benefit. This plunger is definitely more powerful than any other plunger I have ever used and it's a lot less bother than getting the snake out and using that. The instructions are right there on the side of the tool so I won't lose them, another good benefit.
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                                  Just in Case
                                  The Johnny Jolter PRO Power Toilet Plunger looks like it would fit much better than the usual plunger, but it fits in the hole to force water through. It comes apart easily after where it is been, which is a must to clean it. Some other reviewers wrote about the plunger coming apart, but this plunger is different than their pictures because it is all black and the disc on the bottom is bolted on.
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                                  • Recommended
                                  It worked on a trial blockage of TP
                                  This seems to have a great deal of force. I created a paper only blockage to give this a try before we needed it. A single plunger full of water cleared it out no problem. I hope I never have to suck up anything previously known as food in this but it would clean up easy and really no worse than cleaning a plunger. Just stick the end in the water and fill it up. Keeping it under water so no water runs back out, stick it in the opening at the bottom of the bowl and push hard to clear it out with much more force than a plunger.
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