Rubbermaid Clean & Dry Plunger-Review and Giveaway

No on e likes to discuss why you need a plunger, but the bottom line is, everyone needs one! 

Rubbermaid asked me to review their new and revolutionary Clean and Dry Plunger and I figured-why not?  I’ve got two boys who frequently think it’s a good idea to put items in the toilet so having a “good” plunger in the house is kind of a neccessity! 

So are you like me and wondering what in the world could be so special about a plunger?  Here are some descriptions from Rubbermaid:

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, does it work? 

In a word, YES!  I have to say that I am pretty shocked by the plunger’s effectiveness~it really does not drip!  As a germaphobe, I am really loving this plunger! 

The plunger will be available for purchase at Meijer, The Home Depot, Menards, Target, Wal-Mart and Rubbermaid.com at SRP of $12.99.  However, one of my readers can WIN a free Clean and Dry Plunger themselves.  Here are the ways to enter, you can choose one or all of the ways:

1. Leave a comment below telling me the most unusual item you or your child have dropped in the toilet (Mine would be a toy hammer).
2. Follow Momondealz via Facebook. Leave a comment on this post telling me you have done this.
3. Follow Momondealz via Twitter. Leave a comment on this post telling me you have done this.
4. Follow Momondealz via RSS. Leave a comment on this post telling me you have done this.

This giveaway is open to residents in the U.S. or Canada and will last until June 15th. 

Disclosure: Rubbermaid sent me the Clean & Dry Plunger in order to complete this review.  All opinions are 100% my own.

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Comments

  1. says

    This is funny as my family and I were just discussing the other day how my youngest son dropped a half dollar in the toilet *after* using the toilet and since we couldn’t flush the half dollar down with the stuff…I had to fish it out first. It was a terribly gross thing to have to do…but necessary. I was pretty well guarded with a plastic bag covering my hand! :)
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  2. Lisa says

    At my house, my son flushed an empty (thankfully) eyeglass case. At my in-laws’s house, my daughter or my nephew (we never figured out which one) flushed a plastic Big Bird toy. Those required replacing toilets & the men insisted upon taking sledgehammers to the things to find out what was in them.

    Having just disinfected our plunger last night, I can say I love the idea of this one. My husband always leaves the plunger in the toilet until I can bleach & dry the thing. My son (now 17) thought it was cool to just put it on the floor beside the toilet so he could use it. Why it didn’t occur to him to use the other bathroom boggles the mind. I was horrified & disinfected everything in sight at that point. Ewww!

  3. Crystle Monahan says

    Do you want all posts separate or together? In other words, when we post that we have followed you on twitter, should we, in the same post, state that we have subscribed to your RSS feed?

  4. Deb Anderson says

    twitter & facebook follows done.
    the most unusual item in toilet would be goolosh. I didnt hava a disposal. yuck…i know

  5. Debbie Welchert says

    My grandson flushed a toy car which clogged the toilet and my father-in-law dropped a pencil which also clogged every thing up, instead of going down the toilet paper wrapped around the pencil, clogging it up.

  6. Crystle Monahan says

    The most unusual thing I have ever dropped in the toilet was a spoon. I don’t even know how that got there.

  7. Cindy B says

    It’s not really that unusual but my DS has dropped numerous rolls of toilet paper (when he was younger any time there was a roll in reach) into the toilet paper. I have a friend who actually flushed a cell phone while she was at the hospital.

  8. Noelle Q says

    Our toilet had to be completely taken off because of a clog…that broke 2 snake wands. The culprit? A 6oz baby bottle!

  9. Jennifer Hiles says

    The most unusual thing I have dropped in a toilet was my blowdryer -while plugged in! Yikes! jmjoliet@gcc.edu

  10. Jennifer Hiles says

    Shared on Twitter also! https://twitter.com/JenniferHiles/status/210097413292163072
    jmjoliet@gcc.edu

  11. amy marantino says

    my nephew dropped in the dog’s rawhide chew bone. it swelled up into a huge gloppy and gross mess

  12. Shanon Bramblette says

    I’m expecting my 1st kid but the weirdest thing I’ve dropped in the toilet was my phone-yikes (>_<)! Thankfully, I saved it.

  13. Wendy says

    I honestly cannot think of anything my kids ever dropped down the toilet. They did lots of other stuff, like paint my hallway and kitchen floor with fabric paint, whiteout and nail polish.

  14. Carolina says

    The only thing my sons dropped in the toilet (so far) is a roll of toilet paper x.x’

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  15. Noelle Cagle says

    um….. i think i have mentally blocked all of the things my kids have dropped in the toilet because i really can’t remember. I do recall the feeling of shock and dismay though…

  16. Peggy Rydzewski says

    My son drop a can of thin spray cologne about 4 inch long and did not tell anyone.somehow it was caught in the turn and had to call someone to remove the toilet after several back ups and a confession..!!!

  17. Becky Worthman says

    sorry, nothing unique flushed yet–just the whole roll of toilet paper…still backs everything up!

  18. says

    My nephew dropped one of his mini monster trucks in once. Luckily it was too big to do anything other than just sit there! :)
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  19. says

    I follow via RSS in Google Reader. Thanks! :)
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  20. Denise G says

    I don’t have any children so I have no comment to put here. Perhaps that is a good thing…

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  21. Karen Dorris says

    My son once put his brothers new eyeglasses in…..did not know until maintenance pulled them out!
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  22. Kim (Contest KAO) says

    My daughter decided to help mommy wash her clothes in the toilet…what a fun day that was. Thanks for the chance!

  23. Pamela Halligan says

    When I was little, my mom caught me playing with my water toys (a mermaid and a sea monster) in the toilet. I have accidentally dropped a toilet paper holder into the toilet. Thanks for the giveaway.

  24. says

    We have two famous toilet dropping stories, both from my twins. When they were not even two, the flushed potatoes down the toilet. My husband had to take the toilet off the floor and basically cut the potatoes out. Another time it was a paint brush, which sounds innocently enough, but flooded into the basement taking drywall and flooring with it.
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