Clean & Dry Plunger from Rubbermaid Review and Giveaway

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As a mom of 4 kids, sadly, the plunger gets used more than I would like. And I always hate it. That thing is usually so nasty. I try to leave it sit in a bucket afterwards so it can drain off in there before bleaching it and putting it away, but the whole thing is such a hassle. The little ones want to touch the bucket, there is still nasty toilet water everywhere, it drips on the floor. It is just gross.

When I heard about the Clean & Dry Plunger from Rubbermaid, I was skeptical. This plunger claims to repel water so that when you are done and pull it out of the toilet, it was almost completely dry. The water would just roll off. Really come on now.

So how does the design of the plunger work?

The head and pole of the plunger is coated in NeverWet™ nanotech coating that:

 

·         Repels water, germs and other things

·         Like car wax, the water beads up and rolls off instantly

·         Minimizes the spread of germs and keeps consumer’s homes cleaner and more sanitary

·         Won’t drip on the floor after use

·         Head plunges effectively and maintains NeverWet coating for thousands of cycles
So since I was skeptical, I gave it a test run.

And I was really impressed. The water beaded right up and it was dry almost instantly.

The Clean & Dry Plunger from Rubbermaid is available for $12.99 and can be found in the cleaning or plumbing aisle  at stores like Walmart, Meijer, The Home Depot, Menards, Target, or online at Rubbermaid.com

Or you can try to win one here. The contest is open to US and CA residents and will end 6/15/12 12:01 am est

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Comments

  1. Barbara Blanton says

    I own a plunger and think it is really gross I put mine in a trash can but it takes up so much space :)

  2. Maegan Morin says

    We do have a plunger and we keep it in an old ice cream pail for that very reason. The pail gets so gross that we dont even bother cleaning it, we just replace it. So GROSS!

  3. tennille says

    we have one in each bathroom as we live in an older home with not so great plumbing and I couldn’t stand the thought of carrying it downstairs AND THEN BACK

  4. kathy pomeroy says

    after years of faithful work, our plunger finally developed a crack and I just haven’t gotten around to replacing it

  5. Erin E says

    I threw our plunger out as it was getting icky. Thank you for the lovely giveaway!
    Erin E
    busymom369 at gmail dot com

  6. karen b says

    yes we have a plunger and it makes a terrible mess, this plunger sounds amazing, thanks so much for the clean giveaway.

    karenb834atyahoo.com

  7. Caroline Morin says

    I don’t have one at the moment, nor have I had use for one, but my husband and I are soon moving into our own place, and we’ll need one that doesn’t make a mess.

  8. Tania B says

    Yes, I do have a plunger now but anytime it gets used it leaves yuckyness all over my floor and bathroom. Blech!

  9. mike .s says

    We have an “accordian” style plunger right now. It works wonderfully, but yes, it leaves a mess on the floor when you’re done using it. I typically end up propping the plunger out of the water, but still in the toilet to let it dry for a few hours and then put it in our little “plunger cozy” on the floor next to the toilet to minimize messes.

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