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- pop-out silicone brush holder: Extends to hold longer brushes
- Care and Maintenance:Apply a thin coat of petroleum jelly on the suction cup to strengthen the bond, or order suction cup stickers.secure fit: Four suction cups and a wire ledge hanger form a secure, no-slip grip
- faster drying: Numerous ventilation holes and elevated sponge storage compartments help maximize airflow so sponges dry quickly. minimizing bacteria growth
- save sink space: Neatly store sponges off the countertop.
- rust-proof materials: Durable, long-lasting materials won't rust or discolor
- A simple promise: 5-year warranty We use the best materials and solid engineering so our products will last for years
- Keeps sink area neat and organized
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Pop-out silicone brush holder
Extends to hold longer brushes.
Four suction cups and a wire ledge hanger form a secure, no-slip grip.
Numerous ventilation holes and elevated sponge storage compartments help maximize airflow so sponges dry quickly, minimizing bacteria growth.
The simplehuman sink caddy keeps your sink area neat and everything you need within easy reach. Four suction cups and a wire ledge hanger provide a secure, non-slip grip to your sink. Removable plastic dividers store and organize sponges separately for faster drying.
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Here's the trick...
Put Vaseline on the suction cups, and then stick them to the sink. Works like glue!!! It's been up for 3 months now, no problems!
Here's the hack > Take just the smallest dab of any Vaseline type product on your fingertip and simply rub a very thin film of it over the suction cup before adhering to surface. The suction cup can be moist when you do this or bone dry. Both work.
Here were some things that came to mind when I first read about it.
1. I was pretty sure I have not had any Vaseline in my home for, well, decades (kind of sad to say - doh). The original hack I read stated only Vaseline so I figured I was dead in the water because I am too lazy to have gone out to get some to try this. Then I read a comment from someone that said 'any lube will work'. Sadly, I don't have any of that either but it did get me thinking that I should take a peek under the bathroom sink and in the drawers. It was there that I found some CVS advanced healing ointment that's like aquphor, which is greasy. It solved the issue instantly! I immediately remembered this magnification mirror my wife has with a suction cup in the bathroom that keeps falling off and while I had some lube on my finger I did it to her little mirror as well. Instantly I could tell it was not going anywhere and in fact it has been sucking for almost 3 months now.
2. I thought it would be a greasy mess that was more trouble than it was worth. It turns out that it is not ANY hassle at all. One simple application of something greasy will permanently solve the issue. Meaning, if you never needed to remove the suction cup it will stay affixed for a lifetime. And when I did remove the caddy to run through the dishwasher it went right back to sucking with a dab of goo. The mirror in the bathroom has never been removed since that first application of grease because it adhered air tight so cleaning around it is all that is needed. It's like anything else that's permanently mounted now. It handles normal touching and adjusting of the mirror with no problem. This is a little mirror that I could make fall off the mirror just be staring at it! If the star took too long I could blow it across the room in a second. The little mirror fell literally every day for months. My wife and I began to joke about it that the other should fix it which turned into a test of wills. We would both replace it to the mirror when we saw it down, but never speak of it. You have to know us, but this was all in good fun. Anyways, the point is that since putting the ointment on the suction cup it has performed exactly like it is glued on there - but it's not - which is good!
3. I figured that if it did keep it from falling it would just slide around. From what I remembered, Vaseline + friction made things move better. As it turns out, there is ZERO sliding around of the suction cups on the surfaces. Maybe it is because there are several points of stability that took over for the suction cups so those elements are doing fine in stopping the caddy from sliding right/left whenever touched. Perhaps it is because of whatever physics or chemistry that is involved in the Vaseline making the suction cups adhere. The only thing I care about is that it is an amazing hack and it turns out there are no real drawbacks in practice.
It's time for a call to action, people!
Go fix your caddy & every other suction cup in your life!!
Then we must spread the word! This malady can't be allowed to survive past the 21st century!!
This conspiracy CAN be halted with your help!
For the sake of all our grand kids and their future sink caddy dreams, you must grab the ointment!
1. Good organizer for all types of sponges and brushes
2. Horrible design for maintaining cleanliness
3. Suction a hit or miss
Let me explain 2 a bit more. Imagine something that accumulates mold and mildew for days weeks months and you don't realize because it blends in with the color (bottom section is black) and then all of a sudden a functional holder stops draining water and you realize it's the gunk that's blocked the holes that are there to allow it to breath. It's downhill from there. No matter how much you clean it, mold and mildew comes back every time. Skip it and stick with something simpler.
I came across this and took a chance; I'm so glad I did. This works perfect. It keeps the counter top clear and organizes the sponge/brush. We even use the extra sponge spot to keep our hand wash only knives off to the side to avoid them accidentally going in the dishwasher.
I've not run into suction issues. In fact I have to really work to get the suction cups off when I'm doing a regular full clean of the sink.
But that's not it. Even though the rectangular part seems more steady, it's actually absolutely useless. When you put sponges inside of it, they suffocate, failing to dry up and becoming smelly and moldy.
I'm throwing this one out as soon as I receive another sink caddy: one that stays on the outside of the sink, is hollow, and has no tiny parts.