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This post is in partnership with Roto-Rooter. Opinions of the brand and products are my own. My baby girl is 4 months old all ready. My baby belly is working it's way back down and my body as a whole is becoming my own once again. As a new Mom, some days, I feel like I could pull my hair out but thanks to the drop of estrogen as I adjust back to my non baby body my hair is falling out on its own. It's not just a couple hairs here or there either I'm talking handfuls of my thick locks in my brush and down my shower drain. Just look at 2 weeks of use on my brush... it was clean just a couple weeks ago! If that's what my poor brush looks like I could only imagine what my shower drain looks like. It was in serious need of some clog remover last week.
Not only did the shower drain have a clog the sink drain was clogged up as well. I don't sink wash my hair but Geek Daddy shaves and trims his beard at the sink. We live in an apartment and most things that need maintenance I can make a call and have someone stop by during the day but clogged drains I can handle on my own. After decades of being America's top name in plumbing, Roto-Rooter is now available in product form so that you can tackle your plumbing issues without having to call the pros. I just go to the cabinet and grab a bottle of Roto-Rooter gel clog remover or the more often used Roto-Rooter hair clog remover.
Geek Daddy poured the Roto-Rooter hair clog remover in both the sink and tub and after 10 minutes we have clear drains once again! Throughout the rest of the year I will be bringing you more about drains, pipes, and Roto-Rooter products as I am an ambassador for Roto-Rooter for the rest of 2017.