Reddit Reddit reviews Hair Snare Drain Cover Universal - White

We found 12 Reddit comments about Hair Snare Drain Cover Universal - White. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Hair Snare Drain Cover Universal - White
Hair-Snare drain cover Catches hair or other items that may clog drainsJust wet area and lay across drain opening, cone up.White. Carded packagingCover not includedMADE IN USA
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12 Reddit comments about Hair Snare Drain Cover Universal - White:

u/RXrenesis8 · 389 pointsr/wheredidthesodago

What is your solution for the shower hair? I've just been draino blasting it when it gets clogged.

Edit: Wow I have a lot of replies!

Here are the top suggestions:

  1. Take a coat hangar and bend it into a hook, then jimmy-jam that sucker down the pipe and pull out the hair debacle.

  2. Similar to a coat hangar is this little spiky dildo that goes in easy but comes out like a horny duck. It promises to fuck the hair right out of the drain and is $2-4 online or at your local hardware store.

  3. Never let the offending hair get down the drain in the first place; brush it out first, stick it to the wall, or use a handy drain prophylactic. (again, online or at your local fix-it store)

  4. Various formulations of DIY draino, most common being bleach and boiling water. (Hot water will denature some proteins all on its own)
u/Rawtashk · 5 pointsr/tressless

>Have you experienced multiple sheds while on treatment?

Yes. I still get at least 1 or 2 sheds a year. Stressed me out majorly the first few times, but now I just roll with the punches.

> How much hair do you usually use in the shower?

I use a hair catch like this one. It's not an exact science, but it gives me a good idea of the hair that's shed while showering. I'd say that it's a pinch of hair about every shower, but prior to Fin/Rogain/Niz I was slowing down the drain of water on those standard silver catches that has large holes in it.

u/nikapo · 3 pointsr/legaladvice

Drano won't do diddly on lots of hair. My hair goes down past my waist, I've had to fix clogged drains for years. Try using a drain trap to catch hair. We have one of those types of drains that you push in the plug to fill the tub so we're using one of these and it fits over the drain, but there's lots of different kinds. That particular one doesn't have adhesive or anything to ruin the tub, and unless your tub drains really slow it won't float away while you shower. Haven't had clogged drains since (but the dog loves to snatch it from the tub and play with it, but that's besides the point).

u/sexinthepark · 3 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

you could get one of these drain protector thingies

u/re_mix · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am happy because I called into work today to do math homework. I'm unhappy because I'm hungry T.T But that'll be fixed soon!!

I would love this which is in my "Random Things" wishlist.

u/AppleAtrocity · 2 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

Me too. Two long haired females in my house so after the plummer came and snaked a ton of hair out I got the only kind that works. It gets all slimy, you must clean it after every shower, and the water doesn't drain properly. Fucking blows.

u/ghostCanape · 2 pointsr/polyamory

Invest in some shower drain covers, they've done wonders for my household full of long haired creatures.

u/MEatRHIT · 2 pointsr/wheredidthesodago

I had an issue with it and put one of those hair-stopper things (kinda like this) on the top of the drain and it helped quite a bit.

u/secretxletters · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

I've found stink bugs in my hair while showering :/

There have been times I was showering and noticed a spider on the wall above me and although I keep an eye on some point I look up and it's fucking gone, nowhere to be found!

Anyway, I have this thing in my drain that catches the hair. You might find this useful.

Hair Snare Drain Cover Universal - White

u/SwassAttack · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

cant tell if serious or not, but I have one of these

u/usually_just_lurking · 1 pointr/funny

For $5 this problem is fixed. I splurge on a new one every year or two.
After a shower it's is easy and pretty non-objectionable to pick up hair out of this, especially compared to cleaning out a drain. Source: female with long hair who hates clogged drains.