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Bellows Toilet Plunger, For 1.28 and 1.6-Gal. Efficiency
Master Plunger

Bellows Toilet Plunger, For 1.28 and 1.6-Gal. Efficiency

Bellows Toilet Plunger, For 1.28 and 1.6-Gal. Efficiency is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
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$9.99
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Model #
MP 1600
Item #
300866

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Description
Master Plunger Long Funnel Bellows Toilet Plunger. Specifically designed for Low Volume 1.6 and High Efficiency 1.28 Gallon Per Flush Round & Elongated Toilets. Its extended funnel nose design ensures a perfect seal which prevents unwanted slippage and splash back. With a turn of the handle the patented air relief valve allows air to escape as you push the plunger into the bowl eliminating overflow. Turn the handle back and push. Its 8 cup displacement of water takes care of the toughest clogs fast. Made of high strength polyethylene, Product carries a Lifetime warranty. Made in the USA. Color Black.
  • Made For 1.6 Gallon Toilets
  • Unclogs Fast!
Specifications
Specifications
SKU300866
Weight0.810000
UPC00077115160004
Country of OriginUS
Package Width5.0
Package Length5.0
Package Height25.0
Model NumberMP 1600
BrandMaster Plunger
Assembled Width5.0
Assembled Length5.0
Assembled Height25.0
Manufacturer NameG T WATER PRODUCTS
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great but Was wondering why the reviews seem to be either all great, or all horrible for this plunger? The answer is really very simple! If you love it, you purchased the proper tool for the job at hand; if you hate it, you purchase the wrong tool for the job at hand. Yes, it is as simple as that. Explanation: I have two of the most water efficient toilets ever made. Being well over 200 pounds, and with a big rump, plus I love to eat large salads; well I hope you get the big picture. These newest and extraordinary efficient water closets can really end up being a big pain in the butt. They do have a tendency to clog more often for some people than for others. If you do have one of these efficient wonder toilets, or monsters, then you are going to have to learn to either live with it, or get rid of it! I chose the option to live with it, and love its efficiency despite its short comings. Some very simple rules must apply here if you elect to live with them like: 1. you are using the water closet as a toilet, not as garbage disposal unit 2. Understand the principle of courtesy flushing (double flushing) if necessary 3. If things still go wrong, do not panic, give it some time and things just might clear up all by themselves. 4. When all else fails, like putting warm water (not hot) in the bowl, or trying any of the numerous published Google offerings, well then you have to get the proper tool for the job. To determine if the MP 1600 is the right tool for your job, look down at the exit hole of your toilet, and then look at the diameter of the business end of the plunger. If the exit hole is around three inches in diameter then fine. If the exit hole is much larger, then the problem you will facing is a proper seal may never be made; you purchase the wrong tool for the job! Things can go very wrong as well if you purchase an according type plunger with a business end larger than the exit hole since the curvature of the lead in to these modern toilets are such that it still might be impossible to obtain a proper seal. Finally, use the MP 1600, as indicated on the instruction label. Those who claim that it is messy to use; well don’t go crazy using it. If you have an improper seal to start with, that slug of water you are trying to plunge down the hole is not going to make it to where it is suppose to go, hence it is going to head out somewhere else (like all over you or the floor). Another simple solution to preventing splash back, just lower the toilet seat, since then it acts as barrier to splash back.
Date published: 2021-02-16
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