Taking Shower Hair Out Easyer


It is a simple idea to stop clogging of long hair in the bath.

In principle, this is a toilet brush that has been connected to the drain cap of the bath.

All you need is:
1 toilet brush.

A small saw.

1 lid of the drain in the bath.

1 screw (recommended self-drilling screws).

And some patience and determination.

Saw the toilet brush so you will have just it's "head"'.
Than screw it to the middle of the bath lid, And you good to go.



1 brush of toilet.

A small saw.
1 new drain lid to the bath.

1 screw (recommended self-drilling screws).

And some patience and determination.

I'll let the pictures speak for themselves

Good luck and enjoy

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