I love these fasteners! You can create your own filing system anytime with anything you have on hand. I've used them on monthly reports Ikeep track of and so far they are going strong and it's been 5 years. I open and close them several times a month and I've never had one break on me. I simply use a two-hole punch for my papers and clip them at the top of any thing. Wonderful product--- Can't live without them.
This works well, and removes blockages that other consumer products can't--or can't conveniently. But there are a few things to remember: 1. Robustly seal off overflow drains in sinks and tubs. (In tubs, you'll have to unscrew the guard grill over the drain.) E.g., in round overflow drains, hammer in corks or rubber stoppers--and have a third hand holding them in too, if possible. In oval overflow drains, plug them with wet towels and tape them in with gorilla tape -- and have a third hand over them too. If you don't, there's a risk of splattering a wide area with dirty water. (This seems like a lot of work, but it only takes a few minutes.) 2. Hold the blaster tight to the drain with as much weight as you can. Otherwise its blast effect will be weakened and you may get wet. (There should be water above the drain level for greatest effect.) 3. If the blaster seems to lose the ability to be pumped up--i.e., if the air leaks out as it is being pumped--lubricate the pump rod with lithium grease. (Or, in a pinch, cooking oil.)
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