My whole life, I have been sharing a bathroom with women who have long hair, whether it was my sister in childhood, at an all women’s dorm in college, or with my current roommates. Lots of long hair in a shared bathroom means lots of clogged drains, creating massive pools in our tub (hello, mold!) and pricey troubleshooting. After one visit from the plumber that cost half a month’s rent, I discovered the $13 TubShroom and became a fan for life.
Don’t let this silly looking device fool you: It has saved me hundreds of dollars. TubShroom looks like a little rubber mushroom and prevents clogged drains by catching hair and stopping it from going down the drain in the first place.
TubShroom is super easy to install: It fits any standard 1.5 inch by 1.75 inch bath tub drain, and if there is a metal catcher above the drain, you can use a screwdriver to remove it and place the TubShroom in its place. Then BAM! It will start catching hair, preventing your drain from getting clogged ever again.
Every week or so, I take the TubShroom out, wipe the hair off, and rinse it in the sink then place it back in the drain. It takes only a couple seconds to clean; it’s easy to keep it in pristine condition. Plus, they also offer options for your bathroom or kitchen sink, shower drains, and stopper drain covers so all the drains in your house can stay hair free.
By the time I had discovered TubShroom, it had over 11,000 5-star reviews on Amazon, so you know it is a trusted product. Just like me, reviewers love how the TubShroom easily catches even long, thick hair, and keeps drains safe and clear of hair. Other reviewers use TubShroom when washing their pups to catch all of the shedding. The result is a clean drain and happy roommates.
Before I discovered the TubShroom, I hated the chemical smell of different drain cleaning products and felt that I was quite literally pouring my money down the drain as none of them worked. The TubShroom not only has kept my shower clean and the drain unclogged, but has maintained bathroom peace and harmony among my roommates — it is the shared bathroom MVP.
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