There isn’t anything worse than having your shower turn into a bath. Your drain is all clogged up, and your shower is not going as anticipated. First, just know that it’s totally normal and okay for this to happen. Second, here is how to fix it!
When choosing a hair clog remover, you’ll need to consider its ingredients, the price, how quickly the remover works, and how often you anticipate having to use the remover for it to work. Look for products that do not have harsh chemicals—especially if you have animals or little ones. Many products have extraordinarily strong chemicals that, over time, end up doing damage to your pipes and drainage system.
Brushing your hair before taking a shower can also help reduce the amount of hair going down the drain. Additionally, make sure to rinse out your tub before placing an animal or little one inside, just in case they get a taste of the remover.
When choosing a hair clog remover, consider the price, the time and effort it requires to use, and the chemicals in it. Harsh chemicals can often leave a very difficult scent to cope with and slowly eat away at your pipes. You want to choose a hair clog remover that will be safe, simple, and easy to use without compromising its effectiveness!