• Umbra Starfish Drain Cover/Hair Catcher, Surf Blue
  • Umbra Starfish Drain Cover/Hair Catcher, Surf Blue
  • Umbra Starfish Drain Cover/Hair Catcher, Surf Blue
  • Umbra Starfish Drain Cover/Hair Catcher, Surf Blue
Umbra Starfish Drain Cover/Hair Catcher, Surf Blue
Umbra Starfish Drain Cover/Hair Catcher, Surf Blue
Umbra Starfish Drain Cover/Hair Catcher, Surf Blue
Umbra Starfish Drain Cover/Hair Catcher, Surf Blue

Umbra Starfish Drain Cover/Hair Catcher, Surf Blue

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  • MOLDED HAIR CATCHER: Starfish is a molded hair catcher with 5 suction cups to hold the catcher in place on your tub floor with a tight water-resistant seal
  • DESIGNED BY SUNG WOOK PARK FOR UMBRA: Inspired during Umbra's design team visit to the aquarium; the concept of Starfish was conceived from a starfish's ability to stay suctioned to the aquarium floor
  • DURBABLE: Made of a flexible and water-resistant silicone material, Starfish will not rust.
  • EASY TO SET UP: Effortless to install in any bathtub, simply press down on the suction cups for a secure hold and you are set; fits most standard tub and shower drains; measures 6 inches in diameter and inch in height
  • MATCH YOUR BATHROOM DECOR: Available in your choice of surf blue, black or white

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Fantastic hair catcher! This is one of the best hair catchers I've used. It has a slight dome in the middle, and it's wide enough to fit my large shower drain. It also has these little suction cups on each arm, so not only does it stay in place without floating around, but I can pick it up and suction it to the wall to dry ... no more having to deal with wet hair, I just clean it after it dries! Works very nicely! I liked it so much I bought one for a family member, and she loves it as much as I do! Highly recommend! 5Does catch hair but turned an awful yellow within a month of use I ve had this in my shower for approximately 4 weeks, and it has turned yellow in the manner that plastic sometimes does in the sun except without any sun exposure. There s one tiny spot of white left underneath but otherwise dingy, ugly yellow. I have no idea why but I am very disappointed. On the other hand it has done a great job catching hair so maybe a different color would be satisfactory. 2Meh. Sort of works. I wanted to love this, but it left a little to be desired. It does catch hair, but a fair amount sneaks by (at least the way it fits in my tub- watch out for textured shower floors! It won't stick well). Also though I clean my shower weekly and clean the hair out daily, I've had a problem with it growing mold from the way it traps moisture under it. Still, it's cute and it does help keep (at least some) hair out! 3Seems 90% effective. Each arm of the star has a suction cup. Wasn't hard to get it to hold in place, and I've not had to reposition it in the month or so of showers since I got it, except one time when a little bit of hair did sneak under it and I had to pull it out.It's sizable, but not too big. Seems to be keeping most hair out of drain. Looks like the picture, has a good surface, so is NOT collecting soap film or getting disgusting. It doesn't completely meld with the tiles on the floor of the shower, but close enough. I think 4.5 stars would be the right rating. Not sure how an item like this could be made to work any better. I might have preferred a nice utilitarian round shape in this quality, but I think the star shape may help it to be effective. 5Works in the kitchen sink too! So, I am not a particularly anxious person, but I just HATE to stick my hand down the gaping hole to retrieve things that fall into the disposal. I have this lurking suspicion that just as I get it inside, the disposal will come alive and grind me up. One of my few irrational fears in life.Did I mention I also hate to clean the slimy crud out of the regular type sink stopper that comes with the sink? Gross. No matter how often you clean it. I think those begin producing slime every time I leave the kitchen.So, I have used a drain screen, similar to this one, but made of metal, for years. A simple disc that sits there covering the hole, but is easily cleaned. The problem is that this metal one is painted and in rather short order, it begins to chip. Then it rusts. Then it has to be replaced. I've gone through a half dozen of these so far.I was looking for a better solution and found this. I love it! Exactly the right size, cleans up easily. It works perfectly for catching anything that should not go down the drain, and has the added benefit of providing a little cushion on the sink bottom; no more scratching the sink or the pans as I scrub them.One aside, it does seem to pick up a little staining from foods that stain. Rinsing it, rather than letting food sit, seems to mitigate that. I have the white one and I think I would replace it (when needed) with black, for this reason. I know my silicone spatulas don't stain, so I think this could be an improvement I would suggest to make it more kitchen compatible. But then, they don't market it for kitchen use, so I can hardly complain.I can't imagine a design that would work better for this purpose, and I will be getting additional ones for other drains in the house as well.Nice job on this design! 5DONT BUY!!! See my picture It doesn't keep hair from going into the drain because it "buckles" between the suction cups. Also it looks disgusting. It attracts so much yellow gunk -- we keep our shower clean so we had to throw it away because (a) it wasn't doing its job and (b) it looks so gross. 1It's just ok It doesn't catch all the hair. This product has somewhat suction power, but when you put this, there's gap from the shape of star. Therefore, lots of hair still flush away to drain from there.Also, because of the material, if leave it in a shower room for weeks, it started get orangish mold. To clean up, I had to rub wash with sponge. Soaking in a breach didn't clean it up.I'm using stainless steel basket cacther and it works great; Kitchen Sink Strainer Basket Catcher Stainless Steel Slop (2-pack) 3Effective and unobtrusive, but tough to clean. Giving this four stars because it s not easy to clean, but for the price and shape, I think it s the easiest option. Definitely catches the hair and doesn t annoy me while standing in my shower. Over time it collects dirt in the littleHoles which is a struggle to get out and the dirt also blocks the water going through the holes. But again, I think it s the best solution 4More aesthetic than actual working Aesthetically very pleasing in the tub and the white goes well in my bathtub.HOWEVER, as an actual hair catcher, it's not great. The suction cups aren't that great and often has been pulled out accidentally when I don't switch my water from the faucet to the shower head. The holes are also a bit too big to efficiently catch hair.So if you don't shed much, go for it cause it's super cute and it'll make your mermaid self happy. But if you shed like a banshee...maybe not? 3Does catch hair but doesn't stick to tile on shower floor The suction cups must require a glass-smooth surface, as they don't hold at all to the dull-finish tiles in our shower floor. It does have enough weight to pretty much stay in position and does catch hair. 3
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Fantastic hair catcher! This is one of the best hair catchers I've used. It has a slight dome in the middle, and it's wide enough to fit my large shower drain. It also has these little suction cups on each arm, so not only does it stay in place without floating around, but I can pick it up and suction it to the wall to dry ... no more having to deal with wet hair, I just clean it after it dries! Works very nicely! I liked it so much I bought one for a family member, and she loves it as much as I do! Highly recommend! 5Does catch hair but turned an awful yellow within a month of use I ve had this in my shower for approximately 4 weeks, and it has turned yellow in the manner that plastic sometimes does in the sun except without any sun exposure. There s one tiny spot of white left underneath but otherwise dingy, ugly yellow. I have no idea why but I am very disappointed. On the other hand it has done a great job catching hair so maybe a different color would be satisfactory. 2Meh. Sort of works. I wanted to love this, but it left a little to be desired. It does catch hair, but a fair amount sneaks by (at least the way it fits in my tub- watch out for textured shower floors! It won't stick well). Also though I clean my shower weekly and clean the hair out daily, I've had a problem with it growing mold from the way it traps moisture under it. Still, it's cute and it does help keep (at least some) hair out! 3Seems 90% effective. Each arm of the star has a suction cup. Wasn't hard to get it to hold in place, and I've not had to reposition it in the month or so of showers since I got it, except one time when a little bit of hair did sneak under it and I had to pull it out.It's sizable, but not too big. Seems to be keeping most hair out of drain. Looks like the picture, has a good surface, so is NOT collecting soap film or getting disgusting. It doesn't completely meld with the tiles on the floor of the shower, but close enough. I think 4.5 stars would be the right rating. Not sure how an item like this could be made to work any better. I might have preferred a nice utilitarian round shape in this quality, but I think the star shape may help it to be effective. 5Works in the kitchen sink too! So, I am not a particularly anxious person, but I just HATE to stick my hand down the gaping hole to retrieve things that fall into the disposal. I have this lurking suspicion that just as I get it inside, the disposal will come alive and grind me up. One of my few irrational fears in life.Did I mention I also hate to clean the slimy crud out of the regular type sink stopper that comes with the sink? Gross. No matter how often you clean it. I think those begin producing slime every time I leave the kitchen.So, I have used a drain screen, similar to this one, but made of metal, for years. A simple disc that sits there covering the hole, but is easily cleaned. The problem is that this metal one is painted and in rather short order, it begins to chip. Then it rusts. Then it has to be replaced. I've gone through a half dozen of these so far.I was looking for a better solution and found this. I love it! Exactly the right size, cleans up easily. It works perfectly for catching anything that should not go down the drain, and has the added benefit of providing a little cushion on the sink bottom; no more scratching the sink or the pans as I scrub them.One aside, it does seem to pick up a little staining from foods that stain. Rinsing it, rather than letting food sit, seems to mitigate that. I have the white one and I think I would replace it (when needed) with black, for this reason. I know my silicone spatulas don't stain, so I think this could be an improvement I would suggest to make it more kitchen compatible. But then, they don't market it for kitchen use, so I can hardly complain.I can't imagine a design that would work better for this purpose, and I will be getting additional ones for other drains in the house as well.Nice job on this design! 5DONT BUY!!! See my picture It doesn't keep hair from going into the drain because it "buckles" between the suction cups. Also it looks disgusting. It attracts so much yellow gunk -- we keep our shower clean so we had to throw it away because (a) it wasn't doing its job and (b) it looks so gross. 1It's just ok It doesn't catch all the hair. This product has somewhat suction power, but when you put this, there's gap from the shape of star. Therefore, lots of hair still flush away to drain from there.Also, because of the material, if leave it in a shower room for weeks, it started get orangish mold. To clean up, I had to rub wash with sponge. Soaking in a breach didn't clean it up.I'm using stainless steel basket cacther and it works great; Kitchen Sink Strainer Basket Catcher Stainless Steel Slop (2-pack) 3Effective and unobtrusive, but tough to clean. Giving this four stars because it s not easy to clean, but for the price and shape, I think it s the easiest option. Definitely catches the hair and doesn t annoy me while standing in my shower. Over time it collects dirt in the littleHoles which is a struggle to get out and the dirt also blocks the water going through the holes. But again, I think it s the best solution 4More aesthetic than actual working Aesthetically very pleasing in the tub and the white goes well in my bathtub.HOWEVER, as an actual hair catcher, it's not great. The suction cups aren't that great and often has been pulled out accidentally when I don't switch my water from the faucet to the shower head. The holes are also a bit too big to efficiently catch hair.So if you don't shed much, go for it cause it's super cute and it'll make your mermaid self happy. But if you shed like a banshee...maybe not? 3Does catch hair but doesn't stick to tile on shower floor The suction cups must require a glass-smooth surface, as they don't hold at all to the dull-finish tiles in our shower floor. It does have enough weight to pretty much stay in position and does catch hair. 3
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