PITTSBURGH, Feb. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Inventors from Thornton, Colo., have developed the PLUNGE DADDY, a redesigned plunger including a feature that enhances the plunging capacity of this tool. The original invention is an add-on adaptation used universally for ALL models of plungers to form a better seal and can be disposed of and replaced (recycled or otherwise). It replaces and reinforces the seal of an older plunger. It will also help most drains. There would be no need to use a drain snake.
"Rubber plungers oxidize and don't seal well. Even new ones used for the first time have poor seals. This no-fail plunger works even when a snake doesn't," said the inventors. The PLUNGE DADDY effectively and efficiently plunges a drain. The added feature on this plunger enhances plunging capacity. It also eliminates the need for a plumber's snake. This plunger is convenient and easy to use, and will ultimately save time and effort when using a plunger. Finally, it is durable for years of effective use.
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