We have talked about the crazy way to clean your toilet with coke soda. But this time around, we are introducing you to something which is arguably weirder and yet far more efficient than your common Coca Cola or Pepsi.
A South Korean company has come up with a single-use plastic movie named as ‘Pongtu’, that properly unclog the innards of the toilet bowl by entirely eschewing the want for individuals unwieldy plungers (at least that is what the over YouTube video suggests).The easy operating scope of the Pongtu entails – the plastic movie becoming stretched over the circumference of a toilet bowl, and hence sealing the compartment. This airtight space builds up significant pressure to unclog the toilet, which rather replicates the action of standard plungers (that function by suction force). Interestingly, the sealing paper also avoids individuals disgusting occurrences of splashes, which keeps the user ‘clean’ in the course of the banal and sometimes excruciating toilet unclogging procedure.
Furthermore, the Pongtu plastic films are touted to be each foldable and portable, with the presumption that they can be used on-the-go. But the oddly bad news is – we can’t appear to discover any credible industrial link to the seemingly innovative item (except this 1) that might just revolutionize the way we unclog our toilets.