Brush your hair before showering or bathing. This removes loose hairs that would otherwise end up in your drain.
If a few stray hairs (or yikes! A handful) come loose while shampooing, place them on the edge of the tub to dispose of them later, instead of letting them wash down the drain.
Here’s a recycling idea! Place a used fabric softener sheet over the drain. The hair will stick to the sheet. When done, toss the sheet in the trash.
Use a steel mesh cup (it looks like a tiny kitchen strainer) and place it in your shower. If you shed a lot of hair, you may have to clean it out during your shower, but that’s way better than getting a clog!
Clogs happen. It’s how you handle them that counts. Keeping Drano® Max Gel Clog Remover at strategic locations in your home is the best defense against a hairy offense. It pours through standing water to break up clogs in minutes. No plumber necessary.