The Toilet with Integral Snake is a toilet with an integral drain pipe cleaning device built into a water tight compartment located on the bottom of the toilet.
Inventor Zachary Tarmey of Herrin, IL has created a toilet with an integral drain pipe cleaning device built into a water tight compartment located on the bottom of the toilet.
As even the most skilled plumber will attest, unclogging a drain line on a toilet can be extremely difficult. The typical user will begin by trying to flush the toilet again, usually resulting in the toilet overflowing. The next step is a plunger which may or may not work depending on the severity of the clog. Even if it should work, the plunger and any splashed water must be cleaned up, and surrounding surfaces disinfected. The final approach is to use a closet auger or snake to dislodge the clog. While this method will work, it too is very messy as well as time-consuming. Inventor Tarmey has created a means by which an obstructed toilet can be unclogged with a high degree of certainty, in little time, and with no mess.
This clever new invention unclogs drains in a matter of seconds. It is activated via a lever when needed. It is rust resistant. It helps maintain a sanitary environment. The invention saves on costs of plumbing calls. The use of the Toilet with Integral Snake results in the quick dislodging of any blockages in toilet sanitary waste lines in a safe and effective manner with minimal mess and fuss.