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Air Power Drain Blaster Gun High-Pressure Powerful Manual Sink Plunger For Bath Toilets

Air Power Drain Blaster Gun High-Pressure Powerful Manual Sink Plunger For Bath Toilets

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Clear any blockage with ease - the Drain Blaster, your trusted clog-busting tool


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: The Drain Blaster is a high-pressure compressed air tool designed to blast away even the toughest clogs in your drains. It is reusable and can last for years, making it a cost-effective alternative to calling a plumber.

USE: Simply pump the Drain Blaster and squeeze the trigger to instantly clear clogs. It is much faster than traditional plungers and snakes, and eliminates the need for harmful chemicals that can corrode pipes or endanger your family.

BENEFITS: The Drain Blaster offers a wide range of uses and comes with four different sized suckers, making it versatile and effective in dealing with various blockages caused by all sorts of rubbish such as hair, cloth, tea, leaves, grease, oil, dirt and more. It is perfect for use on sinks, tubs, toilets, washbasins, bathtubs, showers, squatting pans, floor drains, and other types of blocked pipes.

The four different sized suckers include:

  • A 5cm sucker for use on small sinks, narrow pipes, and 1.5 inch drain openings
  • A 6cm sucker for use on all sinks and drains with opening larger than 1.5inch
  • An 11.5cm sucker for tub and shower drains
  • A 4.3cm-11.5cm sucker for toilets and large floor drains

The Drain Blaster is also easy to use and saves you money by eliminating the need for costly plumber visits.

SUGGESTIONS: To use the Drain Blaster effectively, make sure the sucker mouth and pipe mouth or pipe mouth are sealed tightly to prevent leaks. If necessary, add a little water to ensure the sucker is completely immersed in water.

To use, twitch the handle until it is tight, then place a suitable suction cup on the gas cylinder and align it with the mouth of the toilet or pipe.

Dig a hole in the middle of the black bag (or cardboard), then set the gun head and pull the trigger. If the blockage persists, repeat the above action. Before use, ensure that you have the right sized sucker for the blockage.

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