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[Dollarama] Drain buster

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Drain buster

Price:
$4
Retailer:
Dollarama
Best tool to clear any toiler or sink.
Bought one few yrs ago at xs cargo for my store for $10. Works really well. However it broke after 3 yrs. I am sure it will last much longer for residential use
$4 at dollarama
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Thanks, will give it a try.
Though bad choice of name...sounds like it'll wreck your drain lol
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DealDemon wrote: Best tool to clear any toiler or sink.
Bought one few yrs ago at xs cargo for my store for $10. Works really well. However it broke after 3 yrs. I am sure it will last much longer for residential use
$4 at dollarama
Thanks OP. By any chance can you a) share which Dollarama in particular you got it at and b) what section of the store you found it in? Hardware? Cleaning supplies? Etc. Thanks again!
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Saw this at multiple Thornhill locations
I got it the Promenade mall by the bathroom section along the wall. 4 left as of now.
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I really need this. Both of my bathroom sinks are so clogged up.
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BenzDude11 wrote: Would these be in all stores Canada wide?
With any Dollarama finding its usually YMMV.
Some stores get it, some don't.
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how big are your dumps???
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Use this for my anus: stool
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soupmaster666 wrote: Bathroom sinks don't really work with plungers because they have an overflow. The same goes for bathtubs. Kitchen sinks usually don't have overflows, but they often have two drains so same problem.
gonna try this out if it's at my local dollarama. slow draining drains are a huge pet peeve lol

u just take a wet cloth and plug the overflow before you start plunging.

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