Current Methods and Plunging Techniques

The way to free a common clog, without the use of dangerous chemicals, is to gently move the column of water, avoiding spurts and splashing, until the clog is worked free. In order to accomplish this, the first step is to create an airtight seal, have a way to control it, and move the water column.

The current methods of plunging are made difficult, in part, due to the need to create an effective seal, and their inability to do so.

The standard suction cup-style plungers are often found in very unsanitary conditions.

They not only function poorly, but they also leave nasty, dirty stains on the floor.

The classic plunger on a stick is rigid and outdated in design. It does not flex to fit and create an effective seal. Its design is limited, as there are a wide variety of toilets and only one shape on the end of that stick, as well as on the ends of all the others.

This causes splashing, and in some cases spurting, from around the failed seal. The splashing and spurting are unsanitary, to say the least. There are also issues with the storage of these types of plungers. They either leave filthy rings on the floor or hide and store "whatever water" in a container that eventually contains some form of human waste.

A bellows-style plunger looks a bit like an accordion along the outer edges of its bowl. This design allows for the plastic bowl to collapse and expand, much like the musical instrument does, as you apply pressure and pull back. This traps waste inside that later drips wherever the plunger is sitting. The seal is also often inadequate.

Another method is the use of compressed air. The extra pressure created by this method is also unsanitary, as it greatly increases the risk of splashing and spurting. The continuous, repeated use of high pressure could also cause expensive damage to piping systems over time.

What do you do with any of those when you are finished?

How well do you clean it?

How well do your guests clean it?

How well do your children clean it?

Has it ever been cleaned?

The King Plunger Difference

How is King Plunger (patent pending) THE CLEAN PLUNGER®?
King Plunger is different from current methods. King Plunger (patent pending) easily fits all shapes of toilets. Its patent-pending process, along with a specially designed Plunge Ball (patent pending), provides a superior seal.

By sealing from the inside of the hole, King Plunger is more adaptable to the various toilet styles. The seal is more complete and therefore more secure.

The complete seal allows for quick handling of clogs. There is no time wasted trying to line up the hole and a suction cup stick.

The motion of clearing a clog with King Plunger is gentle and splash-free. King Plunger only requires 1-2 inches of gentle movement while in the hole.

The removable, disposable, compostable, and water-resistant barrier means that you are not touching a mess, the plunger remains clean, and so does the environment it is in.

This invention helps keep your family safe from the transmission of disease by reducing the opportunities to be contaminated by or to leave an area contaminated by human waste—especially if it is not your own.

King Plunger is THE CLEAN PLUNGER®.

The revolutionary design makes the unclogging, clean up, and storage, safe, easy, and clean.