Slow Drains? $2 Fix!

There you go, you jump in the shower, and you're getting all clean when suddenly the pool of water around your feet begins to rise higher and higher. Do you have a slow drain? Here's a $2 fix! Now the next time you're standing in the shower and notice the water isn't going down as it should - like right away; you can pull out this handy dandy tool. My only regret is that I didn't find it sooner.

Slow or clogged drains is something that everyone seems to come across at some point in their lives. This can especially be a problem in households where there are people showering who have long hair. So instead of going out and purchasing some toxic chemical drain cleaners, this option is so much better. It's non-toxic, inexpensive and will save you a fortune from getting an expensive plumber. Typically when you have a plugged shower or sink drain, it is because something has gone down the drain that is clogging the pipe. This handy miracle tool, is just the thing to get rid of plugged drains. A coat hanger can work, but can be a bit more difficult to maneuver.

The site introduces us to a handy drain cleaning tool that she found at a hardware store, and it only cost a $2. That's it only $2, and it's something that you can use again, you just have to rise it off after each use. The simple tool is made out of plastic with little teeth on either side that catch the hair that is plugging your drain and brings it up as you pull. You will want to be sure and remove anything that you have sitting out on the counters because you don't want to get anything from the drain on your stuff. That is why it's a good idea to clean your drain on a regular basis. It really is as simple as pulling out all the stuff that is clogging your drain.

You will want to take a look at what the packaging for this little miracle tool looks like so you can find it at the hardware store. Now that you know about it, you will be able to go to the hardware store and try and find it. What a great idea! And such a money saver, a lot easier to use than a wire hanger, as it has sides that will catch whatever it is that is clogging your drain.

You'll want to remember that this is a project that isn't for the faint at heart. The stuff that can come out of your drain can be a little gross, and smelly at times. So if you don't have a strong stomach, you might want to get someone else to do it. We all know that whatever is clogging your drain isn't going to be pretty. Especially if itís been in there for a while. This is a good reminder to do your drains on a regular basis.

So to use this great tool, you will unwrap it out of its packaging, and then just simply push it down into the drain. You will just push it into the drain and wiggle it. Then you will take it out, and remove any hair or stuff that was in the drain. You will then keep doing this until you have unclogged the drain, or removed as much stuff from the drain as you can. You will not know how you lived without this little gadget. This is one of the best cleaning tips and cleaning tricks you will find. You should have one of these little miracle tools at every drain in the house.

The Mom Crieff blog is created by Susan, who's last name is Moncrieff. On the site, you will find all sorts of great ideas from recipes, gardening, do it yourself ideas, kitchen tips, life tips, vacations and more. You will find all sorts of cleaning ideas and kitchen tips that you won't know how you lived without for so long. She has lots of great recipes on the site too!


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