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strainer for a toe-touch tub drain

Posted by growingadvice (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 9, 13 at 10:50

Really like the drain, however, there is no drain cover to catch hair and the like.
Is there any thing that can be bought/installed to make clogs less likely?

thanks,

PS,
have a lift and turn device on another tub, again with the same issue.

Help would be great.


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RE: strainer for a toe-touch tub drain

The dollar store offers a strainer that could be inverted over yours. You would have to place it after you open the drain if using the tub.


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