What do you do for a clogged tub drain?
Here is a list of websites I found regarding this problem:
Hope this helps. (04/06/2009)
By Robyn Fed
The hair might be higher up, not down in the drain. Here is what I did, and some other suggestions:
By Mary T
You can use a thing called "Zip-It" (or a similar product) that you should find in the plumbing aisle at your local hardware store. It's a thin plastic strip with thorny looking things along the sides. Push it down your drain as far as it will go then slowly pull up to remove hair (likely what's clogging your tub). Since you have already used chemicals to try to unclog your tub be VERY CAREFUL when pulling out the hair. The chemicals could splash up and get on your skin or in your eyes. Once you have unclogged your tub, you can put a hair catcher either inside your drain (usually metal) or on top of your drain (usually plastic) to prevent hair from going down and clogging your tub again.
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