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Old 04-24-2016, 01:08 PM   #1
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3M command strips

3M has a 12 inch shower caddy that is attached by their command strips. They say the strips are water resistant. I will be attaching the shower caddy to the thin plastic shower surround. Has anybody used this product in the shower and how were the results ?


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Old 04-24-2016, 01:20 PM   #2
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I had no idea 3M offered this and I have not seen one.

Amazon.com: Command Small Shower Caddy with Water-Resistant Strips: Home Improvement

Big thing I guess is to follow the directions.

If I find one I will try it.
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We've got a 6 inch soap caddy in the shower with 3m Command strips. Water beats on it every time someone takes a shower and it's held strong for a year.
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We have a squeegee that we hang in the shower. It doesn't get wet too often, but the boy does get nutty with the shower sprayer from time to time.

No issues and we don't take anything down for travel.

We used it as an experiment for how they held. We will be adding to it now.
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We have the caddy on the inside of our shower door, toward the bottom. Been there since last season, and still tight. Has never loosened or come off. Wife keeps bottles of shampoo and conditioner in it. Gets wet everytime she or I take a shower.
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command strips...

i have them in my camper and shower. they are very strong and use them exclusively. never had one come off, even in the shower.
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I have this same shower caddy and also the shower mirror attached to the shower wall up high close to top. I have had it for over a year without incident. Very handy.
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