Our Star Drain Hair Catcher makes sure no unwanted items go down the drain. Easily stick it onto your sink or tub drain and watch as it catches food, hair, and other disposable items.
Catches food, scraps, hair, and more
Fun star design
Suction cups stick to surface surrounding drain
Easy to clean
Variety of colors to choose from
Dimensions: approx. 15.5cm x 13cm
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Star Drain Hair Catcher
In houses, sink strainers are often used as drain covers in sinks, showers and bathtubs.
Water lines or kitchen systems can get gravel, deposits that break free, and other stray items in the line. Due to the velocity of the water pushing them, they can severely damage or clog devices installed in the flow stream of the water line, for example p-traps or pipes. A strainer is essentially a screen installed to allow water to pass through, but not larger items. The larger items fall to the bottom or are held in a basket for later clean out. They normally have an access that allows for them to be cleaned or have the strainer plate or basket replaced.
Strainers come in several different styles based on the needs. A plate strainer is the simplest, in which water flows through a perforated plate. Often the plate is corrugated shape to increase surface area. A basket strainer is a design where the strainer is shaped like a basket and usually installed in a vertical system. The basket strainer is easier to clean, since debris is captured in the basket. It can also sometimes offer more straining surface area than a plate strainer, improving flow rates, or decreasing pressure loss through the strainer.