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Store and organize all of your bathroom essentials in this Home Basics Corner Shower Shelf. This adjustable-height caddy fits seamlessly in the corner of any shower. You will always know where your shower essentials are when you keep them in these shower storage shelves. The caddy is made of high-quality, chrome-plated steel. In fact, it is waterproof, so it will not rust or turn your tub floor yellow. This 4-tier shower caddy features deep, triangular-shaped shelves to store shampoo and conditioner. There is also space for placing shower gel and soap. Each space has a small opening to slip towels through, allowing them to drip dry when the shower is not in use. This shower storage shelves unit measures 8.5" x 24" x 2.5." Use one in each bathroom to keep toiletries organized.
Nice quality, pretty sturdy good price!Ilene
It is working out wonderfully, the only thing is, in the instructions it said to leave the bottom pole off if you are going to stand it in a corner on top of the tub. If you do that it may not fit unless you have really short ceilings. Of course I left the bottom pole off and it was not long enough, so I put the bottom pole on and it's working out fine.Neicey
Got the job done, but there are better options out there.
This arrived with one of the bars in the baskets already busted. The spring is very loud and creaky when you're installing it too. Once in place it does seem sturdy, and it hasn't rusted yet over a month later. All in all it is decent for the price you're paying, which is why I bought it. However, I did make a couple of (necessary) adjustments in order to make this tension caddy sturdier and worth using without the baskets falling down. Hope these tips help you too! ★ When putting together the pieces of the pole, wrap the tapered ends in plumbers tape to aid stability and improved the connection between pipes. ★Before sliding on the baskets, wrap an elastic rubber band around the pole and slide it to the position you want your basket to be. Wrap the band around as many time as it takes for it to be somewhat difficult to slide down the pole. Once you have it in place, slide the basket down and cover the rubber band. The shelf can now withstand much heavier items, and shouldn't move any farther down. ★If you need to cut your pipe (like I did), search online for a handheld pipe cutter (do not attempt to cut it with just anything). The handheld cutters have little wheels and a tightening screw and cost under $10. Hope my honest and upfront #sweepstakes entry review helps you make an informed decision! :) [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]LuckyPanda