First delivery arrived bent but Victorian Plumbing arranged a replacement which I'm very pleased with. Plenty of room for shampoos, shower gels and sundries. Hangs over my frameless screen.
Very happy! Much tidy for the family of five, Nothing to pick up from the floor. Very neat.
I bought this item to replace an old B&Q unit that had gone rusty. Unfortunately, the shelves are too close together to hold most common bathroom items such as shower gel bottles, even small shampoo and conditioner bottles, etc.As a result, I returned the item. It is a shame because it look great and was a good price but utterly useless.I have only given 1 star for value because it is a poor design and I had to return it. (At a cost of £8.)
Smaller than I expected but will do. Rails could be higher to hold larger bottles as they tend to tip over the side.
While admittedly not the most exciting things in the world, shower caddies are an important part of your bathroom because they offer a practical, convenient way to store all your daily essential items such as shampoos, shower gels and scrunchies. But with so many options out there it can often be difficult to decide exactly what’s best suited to your requirements. In this guide we’ll explain all you need to know to make a better informed purchase.
There are many different styles and sizes out there when it comes to shower caddies. You can choose from corner baskets, single or multiple tier options as well as various finishes. We supply racks from well-known brands such as Croydex, Heritage, Wenko and Coram so you know you’re getting high quality products.
Not only do our shower racks add extra practicality to your bathroom but they’re also easy on the eye, which means you don’t have to compromise between style and functionality.
This depends on which type of caddy you’re planning to fit as there are a few different types of installation.
Hanging caddy: These are a doddle to fit; all you need to do with most hanging shower baskets is simply place the attachments at the top over your shower screen and you’re good to go.
Screw-in: As these items aren’t movable like hanging ones, you need to think about the best place to mount it first. You don’t want to install one too high or too low, and you also don’t want it in an annoying place where it’ll catch your arm every time you move.
Once you’ve established a suitable position for the shelf, you need to mark some drill holes with a pencil, making sure they align properly. Place some masking tape over each hole in a cross shape before marking onto them where the holes will go. This handy little tip should prevent the drill from skidding on your tiles. Place wall plugs into the holes once you’ve drilled them and then carefully screw the caddy into position. Finally, make sure you put your screw covers on to complete the look.
Twist ‘n’ Lock: This Croydex patented method offers a unique way of fitting your caddy. It features a suction fix system which allows you to fit items to a variety of smooth surfaces while eliminating the need for any drilling. What you do is place the item where you want it, push the suction cup to the wall and then use the twisting motion to lock it securely in place. This means you don’t have to risk damaging your tiles and the rack can also be moved to a new position with minimal fuss.
Getting the ideal shower caddy for your bathroom isn’t too hard; you just need to make sure that you have enough room available for the one you’re interested in and that you also buy one which has enough storage to house all your items. Other than that, it just comes down to personal preference really.