• OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
  • OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
  • OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
  • OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
  • OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
  • OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
  • OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains
OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains

OXO Good Grips Silicone Drain Protector for Pop-Up & Regular Drains

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  • Catches hair without blocking water drainage and prevents toys from escaping down the drain
  • Tall, dome shape accommodates both flat and pop up drains
  • Drain protector is weighted to keep it in place
  • Stainless steel and silicone construction
  • Edges of drain protector sit flush with the tub so no hair gets through

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Threw it awayNote: after using this for almost a year, I am downgrading my three stars to two. This evening I had to dig a huge wad of hair out of my shower drain. After I did that task, I threw this drain cover in the trash.I was getting a steady bit of hair that did get caught on this drain cover, so I thought it was working, until my drain started being sluggish over the past month or so. So I got out my trusty plastic drain snake and ... YUCK! What a wad of hair that was getting past this thing. And when I examined it, it also had an amazing amount of mildew underneath the drain cover. I have cleaned it periodically, but the mildew builds up really fast. I DON'T recommend this.Original review below:It works. Sort of. I have longish hair that I was tired of digging out of the drain. This does keep most of that out.The main thing I don't like about it is that water backs up while you're showering and takes a little bit of time to drain on through. This makes a slimy, soap-scummy area near the drain. So you have to clean and wipe that pretty often. Also, it will kind of drift off if you're not paying attention, so you have to make sure it's placed over the drain.The hair is easy to just pull off the sides of this thing, so it does do its job, just not as elegantly as I'd hoped it would. And, since I've had it, I have had to dig some hair out of the drain. I don't know if that's hair that gets through the holes or gets in while the thing has slipped to the side. But it hasn't been nearly as much hair as before, so that's good. 2Better than nothing but not greatIt works barely ok -- I'm guessing that about 1/2 the hair goes through this drain cover. It fits fine in my shower and the edges are flat to the ground (I saw some reviews complaining about it not staying flat.) Still, the holes are pretty big and hair gets through.I'm still searching for a better one and using this one in the meantime.Update: I'm even more disappointed now that I realized the inside was full of mold! Yuck! I cleaned it with bleach. We'll see how long it lasts... 1Works well, easy cleanupI am using this for a regular (non pop-up) drain and it has been working fine.While using the shower, it does leave a very small pool of water around the drain, but I did not have a personal issue with this. The pool of water drains pretty fast after the water turns off, and a small pool of water is a lot better than the shin-deep lake of water I was standing in when my drain was clogged from presumably a build-up of all my hair over the months. I have long black hair, and I shed everywhere, and I needed a cheaper solution to my severely clogged drain than using draino or calling in a plumber.I've been using this drain protector for a while and I can tell it has been doing its job well. It stays in place, but can easily be moved by just a slight nudge of a toe--which is why I took off one star. But so long as I don't accidentally touch it, it stays above the drain and collects loose hair in a ring around its bottom.Clean up is very easy. After the tub is drained I just take toiler paper and wipe around the bottom of the drain protector to grab all the hair. The hair comes off pretty easily, and I do a quick rinse of the drain protector afterward.I don't know how long it'll last until it becomes gross, but I suggest to clean it daily if possible to prevent anything nasty growing on it. 4Pretty much useless.Unless you have regular occasion to de-tar and feather yourself, or exfoliate a layer of gravel, this does nothing to trap my everyday sheddings. Perhaps very curly hair would get trapped, but my family's straight hair goes right through the holes. I've included an icky picture as proof. 1Fits over popped up plugPerfect for the bath to catch my long hair and my pet s fur. It fits nicely over my popped up plug and you can push down on the cover to start/stop the drain as well since it s flexible rubber. My water does drain a little slower, but that s fine. It also stays in place and does not slide round or lift up. 5Only thing I've found that works for pop up drains.It took me way too long to find this product - I'd never had pop up style trains before and it took me a lot of trial and error to find a drain protector that would fit.My partner and I both have longish hair and despite the fact that we do our best to contain/collect what sheds in the shower our current apartment's shower drain would get plugged every 2-4 weeks. It was always because of hair and while not difficult to remedy, it was always supremely disgusting to clean out.We'd never had this many issues but we'd also never had this style of drain before. I'm not a fan. The 'pop up' part was always closing itself mid shower so we took it out leaving the drain fully exposed. We spent a lot of time trying to find a cover that was a) functional and b) fit... I had given up when this popped up on my "recommended for you" list. Thanks Amazon.We've only had this for about two weeks but I'm a huge fan. As others have said, it stays in place, catches an unseemly amount of hair (despite us both continuing to catch what we can) and is easy to clean. My one complaint is that the lip around the edge does cause a slight drainage backup, but it's minor compared to the ankle deep water we'd get when the drain was clogged AGAIN.I clean off any hair right after I shower - this prevents the hair from getting crusted on (gross) and any remaining water to drain out (which keeps the tub clean longer) 5Design works well for long-haired me!First - let me state that I have 3 feet of hair. I've had long hair for almost 20 years now...my ears alone are keenly attuned to hearing drains scream when I walk into any bathroom. Hair maintenance in all forms is a highly developed skillset in my household, along with vacuum brush roller maintenance...and I'm expert-level in cleaning out hair brushes. With that said, any hair catcher has to do it's job or it's tossed immediately, because I never want to become an expert in clearing clogged drains.I have used the OXO drain protector for several months now, I have one in each bathroom in my house. I did read some earlier reviews about the hole size at the bottom letting hair through, and that may be the case for someone with shorter hair, I don't know, but for mine - this thing catches all my hair, every time. The design seems to work extremely well. After every shower or bath, I have to clean both the outside around the flatter edge and the inside, as the hair will catch and ball up a bit before trying to go down the drain, so it catches quite a bit of my hair, about the same as my previous catcher. Also, with a little vinegar and water, these are super easy to keep clean, so hopefully these will last much longer than the cheap-o white ones you can buy at any grocery store. 5Samsquantch reviewsThis has been my saving grace!! No longer do I have to routinely pull 3ft long strands of old goopy hair up out of my drain. Catches everything. Must have for pop up drains!!I've updated my review to include a pic of all the hair from my German Shepherd that did NOT go down the drain after her bath thanks to this product!! 5Go ahead and splurge on this little item!After tossing away quite a few cheap-o drain protectors that became dingy over time no matter how I soaked and scrubbed them, I decided to splurge on this OXO silicone drain protector. I've been very impressed! It's tall enough to fit easily over my pop-up drain and (even without suction cups) the weighted top keeps it in place -- even with my faucet running almost directly on it [see photo - my water pressure is quite decent but your mileage may vary!]. I have medium-length hair and seem to shed almost as much as my cat, but the drain protector catches it all and is easily removed and tossed away. Best of all, in my case, the silicone hasn't held onto mildew or mold -- I have been able to spray and wipe away any grime with very little effort. It looks like this drain protector will last a very long time. This has been a very worthy purchase for the few dollars more! 5Doesn't protect my drain from anythingI purchased this based upon the many positive reviews and upon my previous purchases of other Oxo products, all of which I have found to serve their purposes superbly. This is the first Oxo product I am not happy with. In my tub, there is no suction connection between this drain cover and the tub surface. It allows every strand of hair to sneak by. In two months of use, it has not prevented one hair from heading down the drain, resulting in routine clogging and drain cleaning. I am better off with a dollar-store plastic drain strainer. 1
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Threw it awayNote: after using this for almost a year, I am downgrading my three stars to two. This evening I had to dig a huge wad of hair out of my shower drain. After I did that task, I threw this drain cover in the trash.I was getting a steady bit of hair that did get caught on this drain cover, so I thought it was working, until my drain started being sluggish over the past month or so. So I got out my trusty plastic drain snake and ... YUCK! What a wad of hair that was getting past this thing. And when I examined it, it also had an amazing amount of mildew underneath the drain cover. I have cleaned it periodically, but the mildew builds up really fast. I DON'T recommend this.Original review below:It works. Sort of. I have longish hair that I was tired of digging out of the drain. This does keep most of that out.The main thing I don't like about it is that water backs up while you're showering and takes a little bit of time to drain on through. This makes a slimy, soap-scummy area near the drain. So you have to clean and wipe that pretty often. Also, it will kind of drift off if you're not paying attention, so you have to make sure it's placed over the drain.The hair is easy to just pull off the sides of this thing, so it does do its job, just not as elegantly as I'd hoped it would. And, since I've had it, I have had to dig some hair out of the drain. I don't know if that's hair that gets through the holes or gets in while the thing has slipped to the side. But it hasn't been nearly as much hair as before, so that's good. 2Better than nothing but not greatIt works barely ok -- I'm guessing that about 1/2 the hair goes through this drain cover. It fits fine in my shower and the edges are flat to the ground (I saw some reviews complaining about it not staying flat.) Still, the holes are pretty big and hair gets through.I'm still searching for a better one and using this one in the meantime.Update: I'm even more disappointed now that I realized the inside was full of mold! Yuck! I cleaned it with bleach. We'll see how long it lasts... 1Works well, easy cleanupI am using this for a regular (non pop-up) drain and it has been working fine.While using the shower, it does leave a very small pool of water around the drain, but I did not have a personal issue with this. The pool of water drains pretty fast after the water turns off, and a small pool of water is a lot better than the shin-deep lake of water I was standing in when my drain was clogged from presumably a build-up of all my hair over the months. I have long black hair, and I shed everywhere, and I needed a cheaper solution to my severely clogged drain than using draino or calling in a plumber.I've been using this drain protector for a while and I can tell it has been doing its job well. It stays in place, but can easily be moved by just a slight nudge of a toe--which is why I took off one star. But so long as I don't accidentally touch it, it stays above the drain and collects loose hair in a ring around its bottom.Clean up is very easy. After the tub is drained I just take toiler paper and wipe around the bottom of the drain protector to grab all the hair. The hair comes off pretty easily, and I do a quick rinse of the drain protector afterward.I don't know how long it'll last until it becomes gross, but I suggest to clean it daily if possible to prevent anything nasty growing on it. 4Pretty much useless.Unless you have regular occasion to de-tar and feather yourself, or exfoliate a layer of gravel, this does nothing to trap my everyday sheddings. Perhaps very curly hair would get trapped, but my family's straight hair goes right through the holes. I've included an icky picture as proof. 1Fits over popped up plugPerfect for the bath to catch my long hair and my pet s fur. It fits nicely over my popped up plug and you can push down on the cover to start/stop the drain as well since it s flexible rubber. My water does drain a little slower, but that s fine. It also stays in place and does not slide round or lift up. 5Only thing I've found that works for pop up drains.It took me way too long to find this product - I'd never had pop up style trains before and it took me a lot of trial and error to find a drain protector that would fit.My partner and I both have longish hair and despite the fact that we do our best to contain/collect what sheds in the shower our current apartment's shower drain would get plugged every 2-4 weeks. It was always because of hair and while not difficult to remedy, it was always supremely disgusting to clean out.We'd never had this many issues but we'd also never had this style of drain before. I'm not a fan. The 'pop up' part was always closing itself mid shower so we took it out leaving the drain fully exposed. We spent a lot of time trying to find a cover that was a) functional and b) fit... I had given up when this popped up on my "recommended for you" list. Thanks Amazon.We've only had this for about two weeks but I'm a huge fan. As others have said, it stays in place, catches an unseemly amount of hair (despite us both continuing to catch what we can) and is easy to clean. My one complaint is that the lip around the edge does cause a slight drainage backup, but it's minor compared to the ankle deep water we'd get when the drain was clogged AGAIN.I clean off any hair right after I shower - this prevents the hair from getting crusted on (gross) and any remaining water to drain out (which keeps the tub clean longer) 5Design works well for long-haired me!First - let me state that I have 3 feet of hair. I've had long hair for almost 20 years now...my ears alone are keenly attuned to hearing drains scream when I walk into any bathroom. Hair maintenance in all forms is a highly developed skillset in my household, along with vacuum brush roller maintenance...and I'm expert-level in cleaning out hair brushes. With that said, any hair catcher has to do it's job or it's tossed immediately, because I never want to become an expert in clearing clogged drains.I have used the OXO drain protector for several months now, I have one in each bathroom in my house. I did read some earlier reviews about the hole size at the bottom letting hair through, and that may be the case for someone with shorter hair, I don't know, but for mine - this thing catches all my hair, every time. The design seems to work extremely well. After every shower or bath, I have to clean both the outside around the flatter edge and the inside, as the hair will catch and ball up a bit before trying to go down the drain, so it catches quite a bit of my hair, about the same as my previous catcher. Also, with a little vinegar and water, these are super easy to keep clean, so hopefully these will last much longer than the cheap-o white ones you can buy at any grocery store. 5Samsquantch reviewsThis has been my saving grace!! No longer do I have to routinely pull 3ft long strands of old goopy hair up out of my drain. Catches everything. Must have for pop up drains!!I've updated my review to include a pic of all the hair from my German Shepherd that did NOT go down the drain after her bath thanks to this product!! 5Go ahead and splurge on this little item!After tossing away quite a few cheap-o drain protectors that became dingy over time no matter how I soaked and scrubbed them, I decided to splurge on this OXO silicone drain protector. I've been very impressed! It's tall enough to fit easily over my pop-up drain and (even without suction cups) the weighted top keeps it in place -- even with my faucet running almost directly on it [see photo - my water pressure is quite decent but your mileage may vary!]. I have medium-length hair and seem to shed almost as much as my cat, but the drain protector catches it all and is easily removed and tossed away. Best of all, in my case, the silicone hasn't held onto mildew or mold -- I have been able to spray and wipe away any grime with very little effort. It looks like this drain protector will last a very long time. This has been a very worthy purchase for the few dollars more! 5Doesn't protect my drain from anythingI purchased this based upon the many positive reviews and upon my previous purchases of other Oxo products, all of which I have found to serve their purposes superbly. This is the first Oxo product I am not happy with. In my tub, there is no suction connection between this drain cover and the tub surface. It allows every strand of hair to sneak by. In two months of use, it has not prevented one hair from heading down the drain, resulting in routine clogging and drain cleaning. I am better off with a dollar-store plastic drain strainer. 1
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