This $13 as-seen-on-TV gadget will save your shower drain from clogging

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If you’ve found yourself doing extra spring cleaning while spending more time at home, we’re with you. Every now and then we come across some of the most helpful gadgets to have in your home that are a little bit life-changing, and our latest find will make cleaning your bathroom easier than ever.

One of the trickiest (and often grossest) areas to clean in your home is most likely your shower’s tub, especially if your drain easily clogs with hair. While you might be equipped with all the cleaning supplies to make your bathtub look spotless, replacing your current drain plug with a Tubshroom is the easiest way to stop your drag from clogging with hair.

With an installation process that only takes a matter of seconds, the TubShroom will save you cleaning time, too — all the excess hair neatly wraps around the cylinder so that it is in one place for an easy clean up.

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Since the TubShroom essentially acts as a strainer for your shower, it will easy catch hair or other debris while still letting the tub drain. You can say goodbye to clogged showers for good.

While TubShroom now has many different iterations and colors, this one has a modern chrome top that will seamlessly blend in with any other chrome or stainless steel hardware you might have in your bathroom. And what’s nice about the TubShroom is that it’s made to fit standard tub drains, so you don’t have to worry about measuring or buying a special size for your drain — it should easily fit 1.5 to 1.75-inch drains.

Without clogged drains, spring cleaning in your bathroom will be a breeze (you can thank us later).

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