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InterDesign Gia Kitchen Sink Suction Holder for Sponges, Scrubbers, Soap - Stainless Steel
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- Holds sponge, scrubber, scouring pad or drain stopper
- 2 strong plastic suction cups adhere to smooth sink surfaces
- Open design allows water to drain, letting sponges and scrubbers dry
- Made of stainless steel with rustproof copper finish
- 6.75" x 2.5" x2.5"
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|Color||Polished||Stainless Steel||Warm Gray||Green|
|Dimensions||2 inches x 2.5 inches x 5.25 inches||7.5 inches x 5.6 inches x 7.6 inches||0.3 inches x 20.5 inches x 13 inches||2.32 inches x 6.38 inches x 3.54 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.25 pounds||0.88 pounds||2.5 pounds||0.55 pounds|
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After several months of use I'm still happy with this, although I've found that in order to keep the suction cups working well, I have to clean them once in a while. Not a lot to ask.
I've been using this for a year on my stainless steel sink. About once every couple of weeks it slides down. I wash the suction cups and the part of the sink where I want it to stick and it's good for another couple of weeks. The suction cups are definitely flattening, though, and if I can find some reasonably priced replacements I'll get them.
After about a year the suction cups were flat and would no longer stick. I removed them and found two small suction cups with steel hooks at the hardware store and hung the basket on the hooks. Works fine and should be good for at least another year.
Since I had no immediate ideas (well, none that worked) I just left it behind faucet leaning on the backsplash. Last night when I got home, I noticed that my fiancée had moved it to a very peculiar spot. It was in the corner or the sink and it was holding strong.
I just moved it to the opposite corner this afternoon, so that it wouldn't be under the drain pan, and I can't believe how good it's holding. It was a little tricky to get both suction cups to stick at first but I figured out a little trick. I was able to stick one side and then slide it over to where it's flat enough to stick the other side. Then you just slide it back over to center it. Be careful that you don't dig the holder into your sink and scratch it while sliding it back and forth.
I wrote the original review on Sept 19, 2014. It is 06/30/2016 and I am still using the same one in my sink. Actually I have 2 since then. One for each sink. Both bought about the same time. They still sticks. And no rust at all until now.
UPDATE: I purchased 2 more of these for my kitchen sink. I was very tired of the sink stoppers sitting on the window sill and on the sink edge. The suction cups are holding up well, and neither one has been knocked off by an overzealous dish washer or of its own free will. I am very pleased with these.
Please see the photos.
Also, the design is poor as the suction cups are located too low and therefore the rack will tilt forward rather than stay parallel to the wall's surface.
Too cheap to return but hopefully someone else will learn from my experience and avoid.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I didn't read the product dimensions, and it's a lot smaller than I expected, but it's cute and very pretty :-)Published 10 hours ago by Keiraleigh
Want something that Holds sponge, scrubber, scouring pad or drain stopper then this is the best product for you.Published 11 hours ago by clyde04
the suction cups hold it to the side of the sink. My sponges fit nicely into itPublished 22 hours ago by bedouin