This revolutionary drain protector is backed by 30,000 reviews — and its only $15

Alyssa Tria
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Gone are the days of cleaning and repairing your clogged shower drains.

The TubShroom, a revolutionary $15 hair strainer backed by nearly 30,000 reviews, collects hair effortlessly without mess, tangles or harsh chemicals.

All you have to do is place it inside your shower tub drain and let it do its work. Easy!

How does it work? The mushroom-inspired cylinder shape is specifically designed to have hair neatly wrap around it while the holes allow for water to flow freely through it.

TubShroom


TubShroom

Shop it: Amazon, $15

“I was skeptical about this at first but upon trying it, I loved it instantly,” said one five-star reviewer. “I have long black hair and they often clog the drain. After removing the TubShroom, all the hair was wrapped around the base and they were very easy to remove. I highly recommend this product. I will be buying a second one for my downstairs bathtub.”

“It absolutely does not impact water flow at all when running the shower,” said another. “It does impact water flow a little when you're running the tub faucet, so if (like me) you run the tub first to check [the] water temperature before switching to the shower, you may notice a little pooling; but that will go away shortly after you switch to running the shower instead. And, most importantly, it is effortless to clean.”

To clean your TubShroom, you simply lift it out of your drain and clean off the gathered hair with a paper towel.

One reviewer also suggests cleaning it out with a brush or a rag.

“It's easy to remove pet hair and human hair from the TubShroom. I would recommend cleaning the product thoroughly (scrub with soap and water inside and out) every couple of days if you have a busy household like myself,” said the customer. “The only downside is you have to either get a brush/rag to clean within the TubShroom and the holes which can take a bit of time but not too much time out of one's routine (an extra 3 mins). The product has been keeping our tubs clean and hair-free for a few months now and has not worn down or lost its original colour. I would recommend this product.”

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