Clog-Free Drain Protector For Bath Tubs Bathroom Eco-Friendly Product Launched

The Shroom Company, creators of the leading brand in drain protection, has expanded its TubShroom product line. Exceeding $5M in sales, the products are now available in 20,000 stores worldwide.

Farmingdale, United States - June 30, 2020 /PressCable/ —

The Shroom Company has recently announced the expansion of its TubShroom family of drain protectors. The products have surpassed $5 million in sales and are now available in more than 20,000 retail stores around the world.

More details are available at https://www.tubshroom.com

The company’s innovative, environmentally friendly design for cleaning clogged drains has revolutionized the industry. What began as a single drain protector for bathtubs has now blossomed into a family of drain protectors for kitchen sinks, bathrooms, and more.

TubShroom, according to a company spokesperson, was designed to provide a safer way to unclog drains, thus eliminating the need for harmful chemicals that destroy pipes and negatively impact the planet. It fits inside any standard sized drain and catches both human and pet hairs without disrupting water flow. The drain protector is easy to install and equally easy to clean saving users hundreds of dollars on plumber fees.

The winner of the 2018 Kitchen and Bath Business Product Innovator Award, the Shroom Company has built a reputation for providing quality products and has established its brands as the “go-to drain protectors on the market”. With the newest additions of the KitchenShroom, the BathShroom, the DrainShroom, and more, the Shroom Company is well on its way to fulfilling its mission to protect every drain so that expensive plumber bills and cleaning hassles can be avoided.

The new TubShroom family of products are affordable and easily accessible through the company’s retail partners such as Target, Amazon, Ace Hardware, Bed Bath and Beyond, Etsy, Lowe’s, and CVS Pharmacy. The products have received over 30,000 reviews on Amazon, with 20,000 of them being 5-star reviews.

“It doesn’t matter if the hair belongs to you or your spouse, drain hair is disgusting and the mere thought of pulling it out makes us all nauseous. The TubShroom and SinkShroom drain protectors were built to save the day,” one satisfied customer noted.

The company currently has a special offer for customers in the form of a 30-day money-back guarantee on all purchases.

Interested parties can click on the link above for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Max Proskoff
Email: Send Email
Organization: Juka Innovations Corporation
Address: 40 Gazza Blvd, Farmingdale, NY 11735, United States
Phone: +1-631-393-0986
Website: http://www.tubshroom.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88962686

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