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ClogFree No Clog Pop-Up Drain Kit in Chrome

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ClogFree Pop-Up Stopper eliminates trapping of hair and build-up of clogs in bathroom lavatories. The patent pending magnetic design eliminates the pop-up stopper connecting rod from the path of water flowing into the drain. Without this obstruction, hair and debris flow freely through this area of the drain, and the need for additional maintenance with plumbing snakes, dangerous drain cleaners, and messy disassembly and associated health, safety and environmental concerns are eliminated.

  • Eliminates hair and debris build-up
  • Magnetic design eliminates the rod from flow path - thus no build-up
  • Universal design - replaces all standard pop-ups
  • Easy to remove for cleaning
  • Easy access to P-trap for retrieval of dropped items
  • Easy install, no special tools needed




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how do I adjust the rod length the ball does not seem to move?

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October 1, 2016
It shouldn't have to be moved. The pointed end is supposed to be out of the way so it doesn't catch hair. The stopper should be installed with the groves facing the ball. A magnet holds the stopper against the pointed end of the rod.
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July 23, 2016
Hold the ball and turn the stubby end with a pair of pliers. Don't move it too much, just enough to lift the stopper up.
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ClogFree No Clog Pop-Up Drain Kit in Chrome is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from returned it an hour after i bought it. This item needs a complete redesign. The magnetic linkage sounds like a good idea but it is just too weak to pull the stopper even with the friction grooves in the stopper body. The plug at the top needs to be redesigned also, it just sits on top of the drain hole with a loose flapping piece of rubber under it as an attempt to make a seal. It doesnt actually fit into the drain hole. Even if you pull the drain closing mechanism up all the way, the magnetic pressure isnt enough to keep water from going down the drain at an incredibly rapid rate. No chance of ever keeping your sink full with this item.
Date published: 2016-10-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love that clear plastic I installed six ClearTrap and ClogFree in my house. I now have clear plastic pipe from the bottom of my sink through to the pipe's exit into the wall. Because I do not often need to collect water in my sink, I only installed one popup drain mechanism. I am a poor excuse for a plumber so even though you're probably better at this, here are some suggestions: Before uninstalling anything, examine each tube and connector from where the pipe exits the bottom of the sink all the way to the pipe going into your wall. It's always good to have something that works as a guide. Plan for your first installation to take a few hours. "Easy Install" is a subjective, relative term. The small rings in ClogFree that go around the white ball are critical. Don't break or lose them. On 5 of my sinks, I glued plastic to the outside of the retaining nut to form a makeshift watertight plug. I did not install the rod or popup plug at all. That section of my drain will never clog again! Get a 1 1/32 inch Basket Strainer and 1 1/8 Rubber Stopper for use at the exit from the sink. Look at the number 2 part in ClearTrap instructions. This is a very important connection because it is always under water, yet it is hard to align. I took the number 8 gasket and put it in the number 2 position with very good results. To install, line up this connection first, then adjust other connections at positions 5 and 5 to accommodate number 2. You may be disappointed if you want a no-leak seal with the popup, it isn't that tight. This is not important to me. I put petroleum jelly on the black rubber gasket that goes under the exit of the sink. This is a second critical seal. You will need to use a wrench to get it tight enough to withstand the stress test I describe below. But go slow and experiment; this is plastic and might break if over tightened. Consider using silicone sealant for underneath the drain flange (the thing you can see at the bottom of the sink that comes with blue plastic over it). Consider Teflon tape for connections that are screwed together. Again, I'm not a good enough plumber to determine whether my use of these products mattered much. Stress test your installation by filling your sink then pulling the plug. WHOOSH! If it doesn't leak you've done well. Next Halloween, consider putting pulsating colored lights underneath the sink. They will shine up through the drain and scare your children.
Date published: 2014-08-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not even as good as a plain ol' rubber stopper. A plain ol' rubber stopper would work much better than this contraption. Here's how it's supposed to work: the stopper is magnetically coupled to the linkage, so less chance for hair to clog up. Should be a good idea, but it just doesn't work. A slight bump to the stopper while washing your hands is enough to knock it out of alignment. 90% of the time it doesn't go up or down when you want it to, unless you fiddle with it.
Date published: 2016-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from top notch assembly This new clog free kit is maintenace free - love it. I've had to change may of the old style pop up asseblies due to clogs above the p-trap and disentegrating grommet on the pop up stopper. Not the case withe the clog free.
Date published: 2016-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Idiot proof, i installed so anyone can. It was super easy to install. I like that it is a clear pipe, if it ever does plug we will be able to see where. First time in the 9 years we have lived in this house that that sink has ever drained well. If it breaks, well it wasn't super expensive and now i know how to install it so i will get it again. Read other reviews about bad directions or no directions. The directions were on the back of the box with even a nice informative diagram. They might need a magnifying glass for some, my eyes aren't the best but i had no problems. Even figured out how to take the old drain out by reading the directions for the new one.
Date published: 2015-06-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Bought one. Follwed installation directions to a T, doesn't work! Any friction inside the drain pipe prevents plug from operating. Direct linkage system still the best, despite the occasional cligging. I'd give it a "zero" rating if it was an option.
Date published: 2014-10-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from clog free drain All though a good concept in that it eliminates the potential collection point for hair on the drain, the top flange cracked when tightened. I received a new one from the manufacturer and that cracked also. I had to cannibalize the assembly I removed to re-use the top flange.
Date published: 2013-01-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Instructions; Leaks; Good concept but poor execution. After I installed this device, I had leakage around by the ball. The instructions don't address the little plastic rings that are included in the package. I learned from reading one of these reviews that "you don't want to lose these." Apparently, you need to put one between the drain line and the ball and the other between the ball and the thumb-tightened nut that holds the assembly in place in the drain line. Even when I figured that out (no thanks to the manufacturer's website, which is all advertising and fluff), this thing still leaked around by the ball. Tried to tighten nut, but that didn't stop the leak. The device doesn't center the stopper in the drain and no amount of fiddling solves this issue. The stopper does not open wide enough when you want to drain the sink, so it takes the sink too long to drain. I wish I had read the reviews of this product before wasting my time with it. I would give this device a Zero rating if I could.
Date published: 2015-05-31
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