We’ve heard the wad of hair and goo that is pulled from your drain with a Zip-It called many things. “Rat” most commonly. There has been a few “Cousin It”s. And let us not forget my personal favorite: “sasquatch”.
While we take the art of unclogging drains very seriously, it cannot be denied that the process is a bit nasty. Through the years we have been blessed with customers who are demented enough to video themselves using Zip-It. The videos contain all the nervous laughter, “oh my God” first rushes, and horrors-of-the-realities that one would expect when using Zip-It.
We have taken the best moments of these videos and put them together in one, loving, ode to our fans. As gross as Zip-It might be, it works even better. Enjoy!
*This video is not for the squeamish or faint of heart. If you have heart problems, dizziness, nausea, irritable bowel syndrome, or are prone to fainting or epileptic seizures do not watch this video. Do not operate heavy machinery while watching this video. Watch this video in a well ventilated space. Keep a bucket handy. If symptoms persist seek medical attention and show this video to your doctor.
Zip-It has been officially recommended by ConsumerPla.net and for that we are truly grateful.
How do you fix a clogged sink or tub drain? Chemicals, Snake, Auger? Call a plumber? This problem must be the most common, and one of the most unpleasant, plumbing problems that we all encounter in our everyday life. In an upcoming guide, we will explore the different product options to clearing a sink drain. Without needing to go through all possible scenarios, however, we can already say that, to us, the first option after trying a plunger is the Zip-it Drain Cleaner, a simple, inexpensive, and easy to use device with very high user satisfaction ratings.
What is interesting about this site is that they research other websites and calculate a total approval rating. Zip-It got 88% (sounds like we are in front of the curve):
We collected 169 user reviews from multiple sources. We found an excellent 88% user approval rating, with a 5% margin of error at 95% certainty. This is a particularly good result, given the fact that, from the tool’s design, we know, before using it that it will only work with clogs that are close the the drain.