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Drain Weasel Hair Clog Tool Starter Kit for Drain Cleaning (3-Piece)

  • Instantly fixes clogged drains
  • Easy-to-use handle spins 360 degrees
  • Refill wands easily detach from handle for easy clean up
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Product Overview

Instantly fix hair clogged drains with FlexiSnake's patented micro hook technology. The Drain Weasel Starter Kit includes an easy to use handle that spins 360 Degree . After use the refill wands easily detach from the handle for easy clean-up.
  • Starter kit includes 1 reusable handle and two 18 in. refill wands
  • Patented handle and sleeve combination winds up hair clogs for quick removal
  • Disposable refill wands easily detach from the handle for quick disposal
  • Patented micro hook technology
  • Slim 1/8 in. of diameter wands go where other snakes can't
  • No sharp barbs
  • Includes 100+ micro-hooks per refill wand
  • Works with most bathroom drains without disassembling the drain stopper
  • No need for dangerous chemical drain cleaners

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)
24 in
Assembled Width (in.)
3 in
Cable length (ft.)
1.5
Cable Thickness (in.)
.125
Cable Width (in.)
.125

Details

Cable Construction
Solid
Drill Attachable
No
Drum/Housing Material
Plastic
Handle Included
Yes
Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type
Drain Openers & Chemicals
Manual / Powered
Manual
Max Recommended Drain Size
18
Pack Size
3
Returnable
90-Day
Weight (lb)
.2

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Questions & Answers

10Questions75Answers

Anyone use this to go down a kitchen sink drain? Not the disposal side? I want to clean the sidew...

Asked by MarkH January 5, 2021
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Probably not. It looks like it’s intended to be use on hair clogs in bathroom sinks and tubs. It’s bigger than most sink strainer holes. A drain cleaner containing sodium hydroxide is probably a better bet for thoroughly cleaning the inside of the drain pipe.

Will this work on disposals?

Asked by AV November 22, 2019
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It's meant for hair in a drain/p trap. Not sure what's clogging your disposal or where the clog is. If it is similar to hair in a shower drain then yes. If the clog is tougher than hair or in the disposal unit itself I would get something else.

Is the flexi snake reusable?

Asked by Maryanne May 13, 2019
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The handle is but the wand ends are single use.

how long is the snake

Asked by plummer August 20, 2018
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17 inches

How many refill wands come with a single order? It appears that the "3" pieces sold are 2 wands a...

Asked by VicG March 10, 2018
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Yes it is so (to your second question). But I wouldn’t clean the used wand for re-use because it’s pretty gross...

will it clean the air gap on dishwasher

Asked by Kerr March 10, 2018
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Poor quality and product did not work.

Will it work on kitchen sinks?

Asked by Zita July 27, 2017
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Maybe. I think is t is more bathroom sink ( haiir) clogs

Will it unclog toilets

Asked by Sam November 20, 2016
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I would think it's too small in diameter and length to do much good on a toilet.

Will it work on a tub

Asked by Lex June 11, 2016
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Absolutely. That's what I bought mine for and was very pleased with my results. You might need the double pack if you have a big clog.

will this make 90 deg turn on 3/4 in pvc elbow

Asked by Louie August 26, 2015
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The plastic handle is pretty flexible, but I'd still worry that it would snap and cause a bigger problem.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 1,884 reviews
  • 86% recommend this product
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Excellent. Removed a big clog.
Excellent. Removed a big clog.
by Momofkj
1 person found this helpful
works on lint in dryer vent
Lint builds up in my Samsung dryer even though i remove lint with every drying cycle. I had to replace heating element recently. I now use 2 of the drain weasels ( hold like chop sticks) to remove the extra lint that escapes. The weasel stick has a velcro tip that catches the lose lint. See picture . I can not get my hand down opening in dryer so the weasel can go there. It worked well on my bathroom sink too.
by DeltaDawn
1 person found this helpful
Product worked great. Had drain unclogged in just a few minutes.
Product worked great. Had drain unclogged in just a few minutes.
by LINDA
It works jusr buy it!
Its so easy to use and you see the result! See my picture. You can re-use the wand and save some $. Use a seissor to cut through hail and rest is simly dirt which can be easilu washed off.
by happycustomer
1 person found this helpful
Perfect for hair plugged tub drains
This Drain Weasel is the perfect tool to remove hair clogs from tub drains. It's like a mini version of a plumbers snake. This is a great $6 purchase instead of having to bend a coat hanger to unplug.
by HMO
It really works! Pro's and Con's
This really works. We had a shower that my wife and daughter use and they have long hair. Drain had backed up before and we had used Drano-Max and even took pliers and pulled out a hair plug the size of a small corn cob. Eww! Sure enough it backed up again but for less than $6 I figured this was worth a shot. Clips together simply, jam it down the drain, turn the crank and we got a 24" long plug of hairs that must have been collecting for a decade. Cheap fix without the expense of a plumber or buying one of those 50 foot snakes.
by TDP
1 person found this helpful
Amazing!!!
Worked like a charms. Best 6 bucks EVER spent! Just buy it... you won’t be disappointed. I sure wasn’t. Just be ready for the horrible smell after it unclogges the shower
by Monnyka03
2 people found this helpful
We have one of those pop up drains in the tub and despite having an OXO cover over it, hair still...
We have one of those pop up drains in the tub and despite having an OXO cover over it, hair still slips into the drain. I bought this product given its price and reviews. Worked SUPER well and took me less than 3 minutes to clear a gross clogged drain. Photo shows clump of hair that came out with the first pull in wastebasket (couldn't even fit the weasel past the big clump), and then I was able to use that one again to get out more. This clump did take me 2 of the snakes b/c of the amount of hair, but for under $6, totally worth it! I've already purchased refills b/c this was such a great tool! Also, ordered ship to store and using the locker pick up took 3 mins of time.
by JBug
1 person found this helpful
This is an excellent product! I unclogged my bathroom drain very quickly. The sticky brush twists...
This is an excellent product! I unclogged my bathroom drain very quickly. The sticky brush twists inside of the drain removing all the hair inside easily.
by Nina
Best $6 I ever spent as a homeowner
I have really long hair (14+ inches long) and am constantly dealing with hair clogs in the bathroom. Yes I use a hair catcher but none of them are invincible. A few months ago I spent $100 to have a plumber come out and do a mediocre job at unclogging my tub. This Drain Weasel cost me $6 and less than 15 seconds of work. I would recommend getting extra wands because the hair was wrapped so tightly around it that there was no way it could be used again. It’s basically a one wand per clog deal. Plus it’s just gross. I would also recommend reading the instructions and slowly working it in and out of the drain. I used it for a bathtub drain in a house built in 1939. Hope it works for you!
by MsEvie
5 people found this helpful
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