No More Chemical War - Real Estate - Mountain Home, ID

Real Estate Agent with CENTURY 21 Southern Idaho Realty

Unclogging your bathroom drains may seem an odd topic for a real estate blog but I'm so impressed with a product my wife brought home that I think I'll give it (and my Showerwife) a plug.

"Zip-It" is a 24" long plastic doohickey with soft teeth (costs about $4 at Walgreens) that pretty much eliminates the need for expensive and caustic  chemical drain cleaners.  Just stick the device in the offending drain, swirl it around a bit and yank it out. 

I had a chance to test drive it this morning when my shower drain started gasping and gulping.  I'll spare you a graphic description of the gunk that I exhumed but the drain immediately gave a sigh of relief and started, well, draining.

Another blow struck for the environment - No longer will I wallow in guilt about dumping toxic chemicals into the water supply. Now where do I bury what I fished out of the drain?


Jan DeGiorgio   Mountain Home, ID   Mountain Home Market Conditions   My Blog   My Site

Comments (5)

Gary Smith
Agent Marketing Today - Commerce Township, MI
Jan, That hair goes down below your tomato plants to provide nitrogen all year.
May 08, 2007 02:37 PM
Jan DeGiorgio
CENTURY 21 Southern Idaho Realty - Mountain Home, ID
Mountain Home Idaho Real Estate


I don't have to eat the tomatoes then do I?


May 08, 2007 05:18 PM

OOOOOOOOooooooooo...and I love tomatoes...but is that why their leaves are  so HAIRY??? OOOOOooooo...oooEE! that I am OOOOOOooo'd out...THANKS for the info, Jan..and I'm challenging you to a humorous photo essay on this whole process...

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Your photo essay with your own photos/graphics and original text ·1)   invites audience connection,·2)      educates, inspires,·3) delivers humor, wit, enthusiasm...·4) generates discussion,·5) recognizes "giving back", "paying forward" "  responsible stewardship", ·6)       AND ***  tells a story .from the  perspective of a day-in-the-life of- a REALTOR®   (or real estate related occupation.)


May 09, 2007 04:58 AM
Gary Smith
Agent Marketing Today - Commerce Township, MI


It's a Jerry Baker trick. Seems the hair takes more than a year to break down and is high in nitrogen.

May 09, 2007 08:32 AM
Terry Haugen STAGE it RIGHT! 321-956-2495
Stage it Right! - Melbourne, FL

I just lost my appetite!

Terry Haugen - STAGE it RIGHT!

May 10, 2007 01:29 PM