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[Dollarama] (YMMV) LYSOL Toilet Plunger

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Dec 23, 2008
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Costco one is the same , no sucktion either
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liquidchill wrote: This is the worst plunger i’ve used in my life. Absolutely no suction.
You guys know to pull out the inner seal before applying the plunger, right?
I can't see how the plunger wouldn't have proper suction unless the rim is of the plunger is very uneven.
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Nov 4, 2008
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superfigz wrote: If you want a good plunger, go to home depot and buy an accordion style model for about $10.

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I agree with going with an accordion style one. I got the Korky Beehive version. It costs $20, but it got great reviews online: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/korky- ... 1000838184

I've (thankfully) only had to use it once so far, and it handled the job really well. No splash back and cleared the clog quick. And it fits all kinds of toilet models. Not all holes are made alike.
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Nov 30, 2018
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akira112 wrote: I have one of these, it's a horrible plunger design. Would not buy even for 99 cents
Hahahaha
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Oct 27, 2006
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Was on Youtube just a few minutes ago, easily unclog a toilet with saran wrap
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this deal stinks LOLFace With Tears Of Joy
Ahh the feeling I get when I've saved some money...more money for the more important things!
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Nov 9, 2016
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Lloydminster
Artwebb1986 wrote: That's not even a toilet plunger.
This guy gets it. This appears to be a sink/shower plunger. If you are trying to use this in a toilet, it won't work very well. It would be like using a screwdriver as a hammer; it may work, but is less than ideal.
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Apr 4, 2006
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superfigz wrote: If you want a good plunger, go to home depot and buy an accordion style model for about $10.

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https://www.homedepot.ca/product/moen-p ... 1000514557
easy-e wrote: I agree with going with an accordion style one. I got the Korky Beehive version. It costs $20, but it got great reviews online: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/korky- ... 1000838184

I've (thankfully) only had to use it once so far, and it handled the job really well. No splash back and cleared the clog quick. And it fits all kinds of toilet models. Not all holes are made alike.
How do you folks clean up these plungersafter use? From what I can tell it is fairly difficult to see the inside.

I have the common design with the pullout. It is fairly easy to clean I have used it in the old toilets, laundry tub and shower stall.

If my current one does not work with newer toilets, I will have to consider either one of this.
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Apr 4, 2006
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Artwebb1986 wrote: That's not even a toilet plunger.
series1000 wrote: OP member since 2005
Troll post.
Well played.
OP said nothing about quality only the price was attractive.

Found this item in Canadian Tire. link Any reader would assume it's a toilet plunger
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Mar 22, 2004
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skwan wrote: Was on Youtube just a few minutes ago, easily unclog a toilet with saran wrap
the plastic bottle method works better

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