23 Mar Are hairy plugholes putting a dampener on your love life?
Picture the scene; you’ve met ‘the one’.
Your days are a blur of distraction, you can’t eat or sleep and you want to spend every waking minute with her. Friends are noticing your unusually cheery demeanor and you even look different! Gone is the unkempt stubble and the rarely brushed hair – you’re now the proud owner of two different hair products, your electric razor is working overtime and the rug that once graced your chest is banished to the plughole.
While all this grooming is helping to impress the woman of your dreams, what about the clean up? A survey* has revealed that leaving hair in the plughole is perceived to be the most off-putting household habit by a woman.
The experts at Buster have the some helpful advice to help ensure the remnants of your new hair removal regime doesn’t scare your love interest off.
Hair is the biggest culprit when it comes to bathroom blockages. The average man loses 100-150 hairs every day, which can build up over time and can create a matrix-like structure in the plughole upon which other bathroom blockage culprits (soap scum, toothpaste, sulphates in shampoo)become lodged. Combine that with other body hair grooming and you’ll quickly see the buildup in bathroom plughole.
How to treat a blockage:
Blockages are disruptive so effective treatment is important. Buster Bathroom Plughole Unblocker has a unique formulation able to dissolve Keratin, a protein of which hair is made up of, as well as tackling soap, silicone, oil and toothpaste. To prevent blockages in the first place use Buster Deep Clean Foamer, which works to prevent the buildup of hair and soap scum, the leading cause of blockages. Use weekly for best results.