Some people shed hair like an Old English sheep dog. My hair jumps off
my head and swan dives down sink and tub drains. Science says that the
average person normally loses thirty to fifty hairs per day just by
shampooing, blow drying, brushing, combing, back-combing and processing
your hair with flat or heated curling irons. Hormonal fluctuations and
even sleeping on a pillow can loosen strands.
The Other Products Fall Short
Before I discovered homepage, disgusting drain clogs were one of my least favorite cleaning problems. There is nothing that I detested more than trying to separate long hair from my plumbing. In desperation I’ve tried many creative ways to clear my sluggish clogged drains. I’ve taken pliers and fashioned a tiny hook on a rigid bent coat hanger, fishing for clogging soapy locks. Sometimes I used a natural combination of baking soda and vinegar, watching it foam like a volcano oozing out of my drain. Of course I’ve tried the harsh commercial foaming drain cleaners. There are products that contain natural enzymes that eat at organic matter, but take a day or two to work. It’s inconvenient to keep the drain dry. Recently I purchased a long wire brush that probes the clog. Brushes work, but pulling off the wrapped clog of soapy, matted, smelly, damp, hair can turn your stomach. It looked like my crusade to keep my drains running clear and clean was a loosing battle.
2 Drain Hair Removal Tool Sink Snake
- Product Code: VSL-F2008
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- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: $9.95
- Price in reward points: 100