Dog Hair in Drain | Hair Catcher | Pet Hair Snare | Rinse Ace
Say goodbye to clogged drains — get the dog grooming tub Catch All hair trap now.
I am sure you have all heard of the ionizer. It is a product that charges the the air with positive ions. Well I am working on a baseboard version, also has a gentle current, which eases the hairs along the side where a modified dryer lint catcher accumulates the hairs. Simply empty when full. The hairs become mildly charged and usher them selves to a negative anode along the baseboards. The only thing is it hasn’t been invented yet. But if your are savvy, there you go. Make one. I got the idea from my fire engine at work that has one in the plumbing system to accumulate mineral deposits and it works real good. If it works in water it should work great with dog hair. Plus… I have a Siberian husky and it never stops coming…
I only need to use mine for a few weeks in the spring, but if your pool filter is a bit small, this simple skimmer sock will improve your filtration. You'll actually see the debris it catches - dust, dog hair, dandruff, down to a ridiculously small 3 microns.
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Dog Hair Catcher Strainer for the Dog Tubs
Hair is your bathtub drain nemesis! There are tub drain hair strainers out there but one company has come up with a spin on the old-fashioned strainers that tend to clog with soap and sometimes float away. We need a good drain hair catcher that catches long hair and also dog and pet hair. We need it to be easy to clean, as well. And here it is! When every inch of your dog has been sudsed up, open the drain to let the dirty water out — the steel wool will catch the hair and spare you a drain clog. Rinse, rinse and rinse some more, using clean water from the tap. Getting all the soap out and the coat and skin flushed with fresh water will keep your dog clean longer and minimizes flaking.The best thing about this tub hair catcher is that it catches pet hair perfectly. No more washing the dog and clogging up the drain. Click on the image below to find out more!Dog hair is no longer a pain in the drain! The Catch All hair trap is one of our most popular dog groomer bathing supplies because it lets you easily eliminate clogs.When brushing, if you have a dog or outdoor cat and the weather permits, do it outside so that the hair can fly around out there and not inside your house. If you have to do it indoors, lay your pet on a towel while brushing to catch more hair.Little dogs are easier to bathe they can go in a laundry or kitchen sink. A larger dog will require a tub. To prevent any clogging be sure to use a hair catcher in the drain. And when weather permits, you can bathe your dog outside in a wash tub or even in the driveway.