Plunger cans provide a more secure way to dispense combustible liquids. This method protects employees and the environment from spills while preserving waste due to evaporation and accidental knock overs. Each plunger can consists of a bottom reservoir to contain liquids, a brass pump, and an actuating plunger topped with a perforated tray. When depressed, the pump delivers a set amount of liquid to the bottom of the tray, automatically moistening the rag or sponge used to push down the plunger. Place a cleaning rag on the perforated tray, depress the plunger to dispense liquid, and remoisten the rag. This method avoids the spill hazard presented when using open containers of cleaning solvents and liquids. Overflow liquid drains back into the bottom reservoir, reducing waste.