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I am looking to purchase a rubber ball to use on my trip to clog the drain of a sink if I need to. Could you help tell me where I could buy one, besides online? I live in Los Angeles. Thank you for your help.
Hi Jason — Actually a rubber ball is not really a practical item to take with you, since they take up a lot of space. If the only reason is to try to stop a drain, why not use a flexible flat sink stopper? You can find a few different types; just do a Google search for “flat sink stopper” and you will find quite a few. You can find them for just a couple of dollars at your local hardware store. These fold up very flat and should do fine.
If you want something that’s even more genetic, look for the rubber “jar opener” type grips. They are completely flat, flexible, and should let you easily stop a sink. You will be able to use it for other purposes as well, such as… opening a jar!
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