Didn't know how it would work and it is FANTASTIC. I just put them in and when the sink or tub starts to drain slow, pull it out, clean and replace. So much better than having to take the whole drain apart to unclog or use that nasty for the environment drain cleaner.
Yes. It's awesome. It collects hair way better than the old style drain catches
the one I bought fits in a bathroom sink and would be to small for a tub I purchased was the 2 Pack - 2.25" Top / 1" Basket, Stainless Steel Bathroom Sink, Utility, Slop, Kitchen and Lavatory Sink Drain Strainer Hair Catcher. 1/16" Holes. for a tub you would have to buy a larger one but they work wonderful and clean up real easy.
Fit perfectly in my bathroom sink drain. I replaced a push pin stopper than kept coming off the lever and close and seal making it almost impossible to get the stopper out. With the a hilltop basket and a separate rubber stopper. Now I have the added benefit of all the haircbeing caught in the basket, which should eliminate future clogs.
…I bought this to keep hair from going down the bathroom sink drain when I'm styling my hair in the morning. …Style my hair, rinsing my hands, cleaning the hair off the sink. …It collects all the hair, and the water runs right through it. When I'm done, I pop it out, scoop the hair into the trash can, and put the regular drain back in. 100% perfect.
It doesn't seem to unless/ until it gets full of hair. As one of several with long hair in the house I clean it after every shower.
Thank you for contacting Danco. Yes this hair catcher is only made from silicone and silicone is listed as a BPA free.
I'm a fan of this hair catcher.…This hair trap attaches securely to this knob portion and I leave it on all the time. I flex it upwards when I don't need it to catch hair and then flex it down when I do. It seems to capture my hair with no problem.
…Hair was tangling around the inside of the pop-up drain assembly and slowing the flow of water down the drain. It was a pain (and gross) to disassemble the pop-up and fish out all the hair that had accumulated on the ends of the post inside.…It looks much better than the plastic kind and it really does catch most of my short- to medium-length hair. I lift it out every day or two, scoop out the hair with a bit of tissue, and replace.
This worked for me, its smaller then I thought but the thin center was what I was needing for my drain. Hope that helps!