No Shave November has ended, and it's time to finally shave that beard you've been growing. But that much hair hitting your sink at once could cause some problems. In this blog post, we'll take a look at how shaving can impact your drains and what you can do to prevent any issues.
How Shaving Can Impact Your Drains
The act of shaving itself isn't necessarily harmful to your drains. However, there are some potential issue areas to be aware of. First, there's the issue of hair. Hair can be tough on drains, and it can lead to clogs over time. That's why it's important to make sure that all the hair from your shave ends up in the trash can and not in the drain.
Second, there's the issue of shaving cream. Most shaving creams contain oils that can build up on the sides of your drain and cause clogs. Finally, there's the issue of razor blades. Razor blades can easily leave rust marks on the countertop surrounding your sink if you don't set the razor on a towel between uses.
What You Can Do to Prevent Drain Issues
Fortunately, there are some things you can do to prevent drain issues associated with shaving. First, invest in a good-quality drain cover or strainer. This will help catch any hair before it can make its way down the drain while still allowing water to flow.
Second, consider using a shaving gel instead of a cream. Gels tend to be less oily than creams, so they're less likely to cause build-up on the sides of your drain.
Shaving is an essential part of many people's daily routines - but when you're shaving off a large amount of facial hair at once, it's a different ballgame. Hair, shaving cream, and razor blades can all lead to clogs or other drainage issues if they're not handled properly. To avoid any problems, invest in a drain cover or strainer, use a shaving gel instead of a cream, and dispose of sharp razor blades responsibly. By following these simple tips, you can keep your drains clean and free-flowing for years to come!