Hold a Lovely Teak Shower Caddy

Jan 23rd

Teak shower caddy – If you are using a shower caddy now, chances are that you bought it to keep shampoo bottles, soap bars and shavers from falling to the floor under the shower. If your lovely teak shower caddy is now falling on the floor, you may have exceeded its weight limit, resulting in a loss of suction. First, consider easing the load. And if it does not work, buy some new suction cups to replace your current ones, which may have decreased in time over time.

Teak Shower Caddy Shelving
Teak Shower Caddy Shelving

Important to remove all items from your beautiful teak shower caddy and free it from your shower or bath wall. Examine the back of your shower caddy where the suction cups are attached. Remove the current suction cups and measure them as well as the keyhole openings they are attached to. Purchase two for four new suction cups from your local hardware store to replace those currently on your shower caddy. Look for clear, heavy suction cups made of flexible PVC.

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Push new suction cups into the key holes on the back of your teak shower caddy. When the suction cups are secured, wet they and shower or bath wall where you want to hang the caddy with a moist piece of paper or a cloth. Push the shower caddy firmly against the shower or bath wall and hold for 30 seconds. Release the caddy and confirm that it does not slip down before returning the shower to it.