STOP HAIR CLOGS

The Family Handyman - - STUFF WE LOVE - GARY WENTZ, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

My daugh­ter has long hair, which means con­stant drain clogs. So I tried the SinkSh­room. Bot­tom line: It works. The SinkSh­room catches hair be­fore it gets deep into the drain. In­stead of fish­ing out clogs, I just lift the SinkSh­room out of the drain and yank off the hair. In­stalling one in­volves re­mov­ing the ex­ist­ing stop­per, which can in­volve a lit­tle wrench work if it’s con­nected to an op­er­at­ing arm.

There are mod­els in var­i­ous fin­ishes for bath­tubs, show­ers and sinks. They cost about $15 each. To find them, as well as other clog-bust­ing so­lu­tions, search on­line for “drain hair catcher.”

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