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FOG Safe

FOG Safe
Sustainable Living
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

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.

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Discovered 7/22/2019

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Sustainable Living
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

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.