Our shower drains SO slowly it starts to fill the tub. So gross! We've tried a plunger and baking soda and vinegar and neither has been very effective. I know I won't get any Drano-like results but any ideas are welcome! TIA!
I have seen them in home depot - it is a long flexible stick with barbs on it. Oh my word - the amount of hair I have pulled out of drains with it! They only cost a few dollars - just stick it down the drain and twist it around.
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