Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Drain Claw Review...

We recently had the chance to review a Drain Claw from Bad Cat Solutions.

About the Drain Claw:
"The Drain Claw was developed by a real estate investor to keep a slow bathtub drain open without the use of dangerous chemical drain openers.
The #1 culprit for slow bath drains is hair. The Drain Claw is the fastest, easiest way to rid your home of a slow moving bath drain caused by hair. With over 100 hooks to grab hair, it just takes a twisting motion to capture hair trapped in a clogged bath drain.
You will be amazed at what you pull out of your drain!
For a slow or clogged bathtub drain, just work The Drain Claw around the crossbars at the opening of the drain and the bracket that holds the stopper.
For bathroom sinks The Drain Claw not only grabs hair, but it can be pushed into the trap to tear through the buildup of soap, toothpaste and gels. The Drain Claw will pass through the pop up without having to remove it.
It’s more than just a hair hook……..
• Save $$$ with The Drain Claw
• Stop using dangerous chemicals
• Use The Drain Claw over and over
• Safest-Easiest tool to eliminate a slow or clogged bath drain
There is no better way to open a clogged drain caused by hair. The Drain Claw is the GREENEST drain cleaner."

What we thought: I was quite surprised how much gunk the Drain Claw pulled out of our drain...ewwwww! The craziest part was that I was expecting hair, but what the Drain Claw grabbed was mostly gunky soap buildup which was pretty impressive! The Drain Claw was very easy to use and quite effective, but the best part is that I don't have to worry about having toxic drain cleaner around the kiddos...the Drain Claw is perfectly safe(not to mention affordable:)! ABCD Diaries gives the Drain Claw an A!

Buy It: Find these eco-friendly clog removers at Drain Claw.

Disclosure: ABCD Diaries was given a Drain Claw for review purposes only. We were in no other way compensated. The opinions expressed in this post are ours and ours alone.

1 comment:

  1. What a smart invention... I like the idea very much... We could all use a few drain claws in our homes.
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