Hairstopper HS3-AMZ Evriholder Plastic Drain Protector for Bathtubs & Showers, Pack of 3, White, 3 Count
PATENTED HAIR CATCHER: The Hairstopper fits most bathtub drains to fit snugly in your tub and keep hair from clogging your pipes. The standard size of the drain stop for hair is 8 x 6 x .5 inches.
LOW MAINTENANCE: Just replace the drain hair guard every 2-4 months. No need for drain chemicals or treatments for clogged drains. Clean it out after every shower for optimal results.
FAST WATER FLOW: The Hairstopper is able to keep your drains free of hair and debris without blocking water drainage. With the hair drain catcher, water flow remains fast.
EASY TO INSTALL: Simply fit the Hairstopper into your shower drain and allow it to collect loose hair and debris. No difficult installation or tools needed for the drain hair strainer.
MONEY SAVER: No more expensive plumbing bills to unclog drains. Protect your drain with the hair catcher pop up before it gets clogged with hair and debris.
The patented Hairstopper hair drain collector helps you effortlessly remove clogged hair and grime from your bathtub drain in seconds. You won’t have to struggle through the gross task of picking out hair clogs! The clever drain Hairstopper can prevent this unpleasant task, making your bathroom cleaning much easier and faster. First treat any pre-existing clogs or potential issues and then fit the Hairstopper into your tub drain and allow it to collect loose hair and debris. Clean it out after every shower for optimal results, and replace the Hairstopper every few months as needed. There’s no more need for harmful chemicals that can destroy your pipes, and no more expensive calls to the plumber for dredging!
Specification: Hairstopper HS3-AMZ Evriholder Plastic Drain Protector for Bathtubs & Showers, Pack of 3, White, 3 Count
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8 reviews for Hairstopper HS3-AMZ Evriholder Plastic Drain Protector for Bathtubs & Showers, Pack of 3, White, 3 Count
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This is the forth fifth drain cover I try, and should be the last one. I have a high flow rain shower head and everything I’ve used does not drain fast enough, or after some of the wife’s hair gets in it, instant back up. Tell you what, threw this in, now I don’t see any drain issues. It actually keeps up. This is the cheapest cover that I’ve bought, and it’s the best one yet. Putting one in the kids restroom. Catches all the hair and could save me on plumbing issues later on. Would buy again.Read more
Ordered the 3 Pack. Only one arrived. I needed it that weekend to take to my rental house, and I’m not going to drive hours back there again just for this, so I didn’t return it. Tested it out while I was there and it tends to dam up the water some so you get soap scum all around the drain. The holes need to be a little bigger to drain faster. It does seem better quality than the previous drain cover I had that only lasted 6 months, but the previous cover didn’t cause water to back up. The search for the perfect drain cover continues.Read more
Our house was built in the 1960’s, so I was having trouble finding a product that fit our tub’s small and shallow drain. This is perfect. The basket’s depth into the drain is 1/2″. The outside diameter completely covers the flange of the drain hole in the tub, so no hair can sneak through! It has a raised dome top that allows water to flow easily over all the hair caught by the miracle working tines that grab the hair. Clean up is a breeze too! I didn’t really need 3 of the protectors; however, having extras will allow me to replace them more frequently. Once I’ve used all 3 covers, I will buy them again, so I highly recommend this product!Read more
NLWPS of Amherst –
I like this design. I’ve used this stle of drain strainer for years. This latest batch seems to be noticably thinner plastic than prior. I’ve managed to poke holes through the bottom just trying to get the hair out after my shower which was never an issue before. The older versions lasted years and were eventually thrown out when discolored by our hard water or when the mildew spots could no longer be cleaned off. In less than a year I’ve gone through 2 of these due to accidental holes. I dont know if it’s a uality control issue or cost cutting thing, but I prefer the sturdier old style. I won’t be buying again. Well all three bought in Feb of this year have now been thrown out for developing holes in the bottom when we cleaned the hair out of them. I bought a replacement at the chain store out of Arkansas and it’s noticeably thicker for considerably less money per unit.Read more
These work better than any others I have tried. I rent an older home and there is no cover of any kind over the drain in the tub (I only use for showers). The center part goes down a bit into the drain, then comes up above it and gradually flares out around the drain. It IS NOT flat against the surface of the tub, but I have not had a problem with it. It catches hair and holds it, but hair pulls off easily from the top side. I guess to keep it super clean you should remove it after each use and clean well and let it dry. I, however, do not. I use my reacher to pick it up, I pull out trapped hair (usually before a shower so it is dry), then put it back. These are affordable enough that I can replace them after a while. I am in my 70s and disabled so this helps me avoid a lot of bending. It might not work as well with kids and adults taking lots of showers. But they work well for me.Read more
I thought I was buying the same drain protector that I own, but in my haste I bought a different product and am very disappointed. I placed this in my shower, and it does not catch hair. It DOES catch water though – I end up with a well of water on my shower floor as this product slows the flow of water so much that it backs up, but it hasn’t caught any hair in the process. I have since found the exact product I own on Amazon – and works well – and have ordered that, and will be donating the remaining two in this package.Read more
I ordered these to replace an old one. At first I wasn’t as pleased because the bottom edge wouldn’t sit flush to the tub. I tried twisting and pushing at the same time but finally I took my thumb and pushed down on the recessed part and it fits snug. It does a good job catching the hair! As for the reviews that are upset about water building up, that’s a sign the strainer is working. It is easily fixed by clearing out the hair as it accumulates. I keep a pair of tweezers on the side of the tub. When the water starts building up I know the drain catcher is doing it’s job. I pluck out the hair with the tweezers and it drains again. Sometimes I need to clear it twice while showering. Depends on how long your hair is or how much hair loss you have. It’s a trade off … a little extra work while showering, but it will save time and frustration later because your drain isn’t clogged with hair.Read more
Richard Simmons –
To keep hair from building up in your pipes, I always recommend these. I’ve been in the plumbing field for years. Hair can build up into a “braid” several feet long over time. Gross, I know, but true. If you have a family of “long hairs’ be sure to put these in the shower drain. It is a soft silicone like plastic, so if you trod on it, you won’t be hopping on one foot. After each bath, just take your finger and gently roll up the shed hair on the screen into a ball and dispose. No sweat, unless you’re squeamish. And that’s the only reason I gave it four stars to clean. Mind you, you will still have to add a gentle enzyme of your choice to the drain once a month to take care of soap build up. But these are an inexpensive solution for hair blockage that DOESN’T require harsh caustics. Prevention is worth a pound of cure.Read more