Drain Hair Catcher Case of 6

Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Couldn't use the tubshroom

7/15/2016 by Peggy

My drain is too shallow and I am unable to use the product.



7/14/2016 by Patrick

It just does not work in our drain!


Not that great

7/14/2016 by Linda

Didn't really work for me, it. Not only stops hair, stops water as well, wound up ankle deep. I'd rather just keep it cleaned out myself


Doesn't work...for me

7/14/2016 by Jimmy

Completely stopped shower drain, no matter how many ways I turned it aand/or adjusted the positioning. Would have returned it, but too much trouble for ~$12.


It didn't fit in our drain in the tub.

7/14/2016 by janice


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The TubShroom Story

The only ‘shroom you want in your bathroom.

Clog-Free Drains

Hair left behind in the tub or circling the drain is an everyday nuisance, but TubShroom’s drain hair catcher has it covered. With this flexible silicone plug, you won’t be looking at wads of wet hair—or having chronically clogged pipes.

It fits into your drain, replacing the standard metal hair catcher or stopper in your tub or sink. Its spool-like shape snags hair around it, below the surface where you can’t see it, but before it reaches the pipes. Though the hair is captured, holes allow water to still flow. Pull the plug out and wipe off any hair with a tissue once or twice a week. Pop it
back in, and you’re good to go. The new Kitchen SinkShroom is a flexible, stainless steel kitchen sink strainer that doesn't slow the flow of water so now you can keep all drains clog-free from your bathroom to kitchen sink.

Take four humans and add two hairy pets—a German Shepherd and a shower-loving, super fluffy cat—and you’re prone to some serious clogs. This is what spurred Elena Karnegie and her husband Serge to create TubShroom. Nothing they tried could catch all of the hair in their household, so they created this little wonder-working plug.
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