|Fig.1 EZ Zip Drain Cleaner|
Supplies and Tools:
EZ Zip Drain Cleaner snare
My wife has been bugging me about those cheap plastic whips that magically remove all the hairs that comes off our heads. We purchase the EZ Zip Drain Cleaner snare purchased at Harbor Freight Tools in Upland, California.
This post shows twelve steps to remove hair from your sink.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the brand we purchased.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the EZ Zip Drain Cleaner system claims.
|Fig.4 Directions #2|
|Fig.5 Patent number plus UPC code|
|Fig.6 Application to a sink drain|
|Fig.7 Insert within plunger cape|
|Fig.8 True claims|
|Fig.9 Sink drains slowly|
Fig.11 shows the removable drain stopper upside down.
|Fig.10 Removable Pop up cap|
|Fig.12 Ready to clean|
|Fig.13 Sink Snare|
|Fig.14 Snare teeth|
|Fig.15 Doing the job|
|Fig.16 Pulling out hairs|
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