Powder Plunger Toilet Clog Remover


With Powder Plunger, you’ll never struggle with a severely clogged toilet ever again. This fast-acting clog remover tackles organic material head-on. The pre-measured pouch makes clog-busting a breeze.

Clogs don’t stand a chance against Powder Plunger. This powerful toilet clog remover clears the toughest clogs without using a plunger. The powder breaks down organic material easily. Simply pour one of the enitre pouch into the toilet bowl and wait at least an hour (or allow to sit in bowl overnight, if possible). Your next flush is guaranteed.

Each pouch includes one toilet bowl clog remover treatment.

  • Breaks down toilet paper, feminine products and sludge
  • Comes in a single dose pouch for correct treatment
  • Won't harm your pipes or septic system
  • No splashing, no waste and no measuring required
  • Perfect for monthly maintenance
  • Biodegradable formula
Powder Plunger Toilet Clog Remover
Powder Plunger Toilet Clog Remover Powder Plunger Toilet Clog Remover

Traditional Use:Pour the entire contents of the pouch into the toilet bowl. Allow the product to sit in the toilet bowl for at least one hour, then flush. If possible, allow product to sit in toilet overnight, then flush.

NOTE: If water level is abnormally high, allow water to reduce by 50% before flushing. For tough clogs, repeat treatment.

What are the ingredients in Powder Plunger?

Powder Plunger is a proprietary patented blend of ingredients with a monosodium bisulfate base.

Does Powder Plunger contain sodium hydroxide?

No. It doesn’t.

What will Powder Plunger work on?

Powder Plunger is primarily used to breakdown toilet paper, feminine product, facial napkin and diaper. Unfortunately, it will not unclog plastic products, metal products, toys and fabrics.

Is Powder Plunger safe for all types of pipes and drain systems?

Yes. It won’t harm or affect the pipes in any negative way.

Is Powder Plunger safe to use in Shower Drain, Kitchen Sink, Bathroom Sink, Toilet and Septic System?

We recommend only using it in the Toilet.

View and download Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
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