South Korea’s “Innovative” Toilet Plunger Is Not What You’d Expect


If you’re easily grossed out, don’t dare watch this clip. In 2013, South Korea came up with a plunger that you don’t have to hold. It’s a plastic film you put around your toilet — it has an adhesive that sticks to the rim, and you just push down on the plastic, which acts like a giant plastic plunger. Too bad a lot of us are going to feel gross seeing the “things” behind that plastic. Also, what if it breaks? What if it leaks? I don’t want to think about it. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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