Whink Hair Clog Blaster Review - Clears Shower Drain With Two Long Haired Daughters
Ally shared her Whink Hair Clog Blaster review.
I have two girls with very long hair. Every time they shower they seem to loose a good amount of hair, and it clogs the drain over time. Eventually the bathtub doesn't drain anymore, and in the past I tried several remedies.
I tried pulling the hair clog out with a snake. It got some of it out, but the tub still drained slowly.
Then, a friend suggested that I get this clog remover designed specifically for hair clogs, from Whink. I purchased it, and it was like magic.
The directions are very easy to follow. The process took only 10 minutes, along with some time to let it work, and the hair clog was truly gone. The tub drained faster than it ever did.
It does warn of potential damage to the faucets or drain chrome if it comes in contact with these items. I used a funnel and poured it down the drain. I let it sit and work for 10 minutes and then rinsed with hot water.
One application was enough for my bathtub, but the process can be repeated if necessary. The price was also reasonable, and it was reasonably easy to find in my local hardware supply store.
Ally, thanks for your Whink Hair Clog Blaster review.
I've got several long haired girls myself, and I know what you mean about the drains always seeming to get clogged with hair.
Has anyone else found a product that they think works well for hair clogs? If so, you can share your drain cleaners review here, for this or any other brand, sharing what you like (or don't) about it, and why. You can also read reviews that have already been submitted.
In addition, Whink creates a variety of specialty cleaning products. I would love to hear more reviews from people about these products, to find out how they really work. You can share your reviews of these products here.
I hope you enjoy this gift, and stop by again soon!
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