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August 06, 1:28 AM [GMT -5]

Awesome and no need to buy anything! Repurpose an old metal hanger from the dry cleaner. Warning, though: be prepared to be thoroughly disgusted.

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November 23, 7:56 PM [GMT -5]

Our tub drain clogged every few weeks. While looking for a stronger chemical cure I saw a Zip-It. This inexpensive plastic tool cleaned the drain and no trouble for six months.

September 18, 1:32 AM [GMT -5]

I found that a common drill with bit will work very well on clogged bathtub drains. Just stick the drill bit down the drain and pull the trigger. It will wrap all that gunky hair and slime around the bit and then just pull it out.

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