Mess-Free Plunger Fits Any Toilet Opening

The VersaPlunge creates a tight seal in virtually any toilet bowl and prevents splashback

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Traditional plungers that use a hard rubber cup or more modern plungers that use bellows all have the same problem: The rubber cone at the end is round. But the opening in the toilet bowl is usually not round. Toilet openings are a variety of shapes that make it hard to seal off with the traditional plunger. As a result, you get splashback — the bathroom becomes a mess, and worst of all, you get wet.     

The key feature of General’s VersaPlunge is the patented VerseFlange at the end of it. The material is extremely pliable. The cone easily forms to nearly any shaped toilet opening, creating a tight seal in virtually any toilet. This prevents the splashback you can experience with other plungers.

If you’ve ever encountered a full toilet bowl, you know it can be a mess to clear with traditional plungers. The VersaFlange has a relief valve in the handle that helps to prevent overflow situations. 

The VersaFlange does a better job of sealing the opening than other plungers on the market. It helps you clear the clog faster and keeps you, and the job site, clean.

Other features include the super compressible accordion-style bellows that make it easier to apply extra force to clear the stoppage. The bellows hold more volume than traditional plungers. As you compress the bellows, you get more thrust with each stroke to clear the stoppage quicker and more effectively. Use the easy grip handle to press down on the plunger to give you more control. It’s a lot easier to use than the broom handle that’s found on traditional plungers.

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