FOG Safe

FOG Safe Drain Guard - 3 Pack Case of 12

Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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4

Good to have

3/21/2020 by Jay

I am glad to have these. They are great even when using a can for oil because they catch any overflow.

4

Drain Guards

11/1/2019 by Laura

Great product! Makes clean up in the kitchen so easy. Works just as described!!

3

Small

7/20/2020 by Fae

I had a lot of overflows. I can't use unless I have small amount. Not very good for me.

3

Unnecessary

7/20/2020 by Debbie

Yes, these things collect grease without dripping, but I find them to be superfluous. I could easily use a can or a wad of paper or cardboard just the same. And when I use them, I rarely put them in the drain, but on the counter, so I don't forget and run a bunch of water into them. Nice idea, but I just don't need them, after all.

3

Oil Absorbing Drain Guards

10/31/2019 by Shirley

They do absorb the grease but if you let them sit on a dish the grease leaks through. Now I must admit I fry up 10 slices of bacon at a time for my family. If you have a small amount of grease they work quite well.

3

Good product but could be better

10/25/2019 by Sarah

Overall I'm satisfied with this product. It absorbs cooking grease and makes it easy to dispose of. I wish that each drain guard could hold MORE grease; we had a big pot of peanut oil and I went through nearly the entire order in one sitting.

3

beginning of a good idea.

8/7/2019 by diana

This product starts out good but each person should put something in this container to turn the oil into a solid.
If you don't put sand, or flour or something to make this a solid, when the trash is picked up, over time the liquid will run right out of the garbage truck and oil your streets.
Same with paint or any liquid, please mix with something to make it a solid.
Our street has streaks from the garbage pick up as people are putting paint and other items in their trash that is a liquid.
That's a no no.
At our business we mix old paint with sawdust so it is absorbed before putting in dumpster. This is the legal way to dispose of liquid.

2

Just ok

1/15/2020 by Patricia

First of all, they don’t fit my sink drain opening. I have a very normal sink opening and this just teeters in it without a firm hold. It also fell apart when I left it in the sink for a few hours before using. Had no idea it is a one time use and really is only useful if you are going to be pouring a pan full of grease, which I never do. I was hoping for something that would catch grease/oil when cleaning off dishes to catch that last bit of oil or grease. I truly wasted my money.

1

Not impressed

1/3/2020 by Kathleen

Did not do what I thought it was supposed to do.

1

It was out of stock you cacelled it

11/1/2019 by Kathleen

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The FOG Safe Story

FOG Safe | Grease & Oil Absorbing Drain Guards

No-Strain Drain

FOG Safe was created by Shawn Santos, a general contractor and rental property manager in Hawaii. After encountering a kitchen drain so clogged with cooking grease that it took almost an hour to clear, Shawn was determined to find a safer way to dispose of kitchen grease. And when he couldn’t find the just-right fix, he decided to make it himself.

The result: FOG Safe, which specifically targets fats, oils, and grease (get it?). Made with recycled paper, each grease catcher fits into a drain—or you can use one on the counter or in the sink—and absorbs up to four ounces of oil (about the amount
of grease from a pound of bacon). Best of all, it gets tossed out in the trash, so drains and pipes stay free and clear. Read More Read Less