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According to studies, people lose about 100 hairs from their head per day. And if you have longer hair, there's no doubt you're familiar with finding random strands everywhere. Wherever you turn, there's your hair - in hairbrushes, on carpets, on your clothes, and in your shower drain.
What seems like a harmless cycle of growing and shedding hair can quickly become a nuisance when the hairs clump together to form a clog in your drains. Clogs caused by hair can cause a lot of problems, but there is one quick and easy solution that only costs you a few dollars.
Removing Hair From the Drain
Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on a plumber, get yourself this awesome reusable hair grabber to remove hairs as far as 22 inches down your drain. It's safe and easy to use in all kinds of plumbing, including sinks, bathtubs, and showers.
Here's how to use it:
1. Simply lower the hair grabber tool into any drain that is clogged or slow-running.
2. Once the tool is as far into the drain as possible, slowly and steadily pull it back, allowing it to grab onto all the hair that's blocking the line.
3. Remove the hair from the grabber and discard it. Repeat the process as needed.
4. Rinse and wash off the hair grabber tool so you can store it away and use it multiple times!