Bathroom Sink Drain Strainer Hair Catcher Clog Prevention Device Launched

A newly launched bathroom sink SinkShroom drain protector has been launched by Juka Innovations Corporation. The patent-pending design helps to ensure every hair gets caught, dramatically reducing clogged drains.

Farmingdale, United States - July 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Juka Innovations Corporation has announced the launch of its popular SinkShroom drain protector on Amazon. The award-winning creators of the TubShroom have expanded their product line to allow customers to experience a wider range of benefits.

More information can be found at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076QDB6QZ

The newly launched SinkShroom products come in multiple colors and styles, including chrome and nickel, allowing them to match virtually any bathroom decor.

SinkShroom is a revolutionary bathroom sink drain protector and hair catcher, which has a key difference. Unlike other hair-catching products, it’s placed over the drain. It fits inside the drain itself, and neatly collects every hair.

One of the primary benefits of the newly launched product is that it reduces the need for harsh chemicals to be used. In addition to this, customers can be certain that they won’t have to de-clog their drain because of tangled hair mess.

This allows them to save money over time by reducing the rate at which they need to call out a plumber. SinkShroom was built for maximum compatibility and ease of use, allowing customers to utilize it as soon as they buy.

Juka Innovations Corporation is known for its industry-leading range of sink straining technology. This includes the Kitchen SinkShroom, TubShroom, StopShroom, and ToiletShroom.

SinkShroom for bathrooms has a unique design that ensures no hair gets missed. It’s designed to be the best preventative measure customers could take against clogged drains.

Clogs are generally caused by an accumulation of hair, soap scum, and other objects getting into the drain. Each SinkShroom product has been carefully crafted to ensure optimal water flow while preventing any hair or other objects from getting into the drains.

The company states: “Our TubShroom line of Hair Catchers has received numerous industry awards and accolades including a Kitchen & Bath Business Product Innovator Award for 2018 as well as being honored by Time Magazine as one of the Best Inventions for 2018. That same technology is found in our renowned SinkShroom brand of products as well.”

Full details can be found on the URL above.

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: 88966566

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