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A common complaint among long-haired people is finding
those long hairs between their butt
cheeks when showering. As my hair gets a bit longer, I've
noticed that once myself.
A solution is at hand! The Approximate Industries shower
hair-in-butt preventer is a molded silicone device that
onto your lower back when you start your shower. Its top
edge is tapered where it contacts your
back, and leads into a smooth ramp, which leads down to
a drip edge, about three inches away
from your back. Embedded in the silicone is a leaf spring
to keep it in contact with your back all
the way across (like a windshield wiper's spring).
As shed hairs slide down your back, carried by water,
they'll slide right down the silicone ramp
and off the drip edge, falling clear of your butt!
Make sure you strap it on before you wash your hair. You
can wash your torso under it/its strap,
or take it off. Remember to keep it clean tooyou can
use the same soap that you use for your
||Teflon might be better than silicone. Things can stick to
silicone much more easily than they stick to Teflon.
||I don't think adhesion is really an issue here. The hair is
carried in water that's flowing down the surface. If it was
prone to adhering to surfaces, it wouldn't make its way to
the butt in the first place.
||Now I know why I didn't date anyone with hair longer
than their shoulders.
||A head-butt preventer would be useful for those
who go out for late drinks in most English inner
||It's called a helmet isn't it [xen]
||The simple, down to earth problems are the great ones. But usually a simple down to earth solution is the solve.
|| Better than the here-in-but mentality. Which is usually easily fixed with memory loss.