Green Gobbler Clog Remover Tool - 5 pack


Hair clogging up your drain? Green Gobbler’s Clog Remover Tool is the fastest and easiest way to clear slow, clogged drains. This durable 22” plastic tool is suitable for use in all residential drains, including sinks, bathtubs, and showers! Don’t waste money on a plumber who will remove the hair for you when you can simply and easily do it yourself with this safe, reusable, and economical alternative!

  • WORKS LIKE A CHARM - Green Gobbler’s Hair Grabber tool is the most effortless and reliable solution for easily removing hair and other blockages.
  • SAVE MONEY ON A PLUMBER - Don’t waste hundreds of dollars for a plumber to remove the hair clogging your drain. Save money by doing it yourself with this extra-long 22” hair grabber!
  • REUSABLE - This hair grabbing tool is made of sturdy plastic material that can easily be rinsed off and re-used multiple times.
  • USE IN ANY DRAIN - This tool is safe and compatible with all household drains, including: sinks, bathtubs, and showers!
  • SAFE FOR PLUMBING - Hair Grabber Tool clears drains of hair quickly and effectively, all while being safe for your plumbing system.
Green Gobbler Clog Remover Tool - 5 pack
Green Gobbler Clog Remover Tool - 5 pack Green Gobbler Clog Remover Tool - 5 pack Green Gobbler Clog Remover Tool - 5 pack Green Gobbler Clog Remover Tool - 5 pack

Simply lower the hair grabber tool into any drain that is clogged or slow-running. Once the tool is as far into the drain as possible, slowly pull it back, allowing it to grab all the hair that is blocking the line. Remove the hair & repeat the process as needed. Can be rinsed off and used multiple times.

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