Review: A shower with the SimpleHuman bamboo adjustable caddy
I recently switched out my dinky plastic Target two-tiered caddy for this $50 bamboo adjustable shower caddy made by simplehuman. They're both the type that hang over the showerhead, so it didn't seem like it would be a huge change &mdash but it turns out that a quality shower caddy is one of those things that I didn't know I needed until I got one. Now I'm not sure how I showered without it for so many years.
The coolest aspect by far is the adjustable shelves &mdash there are two shelves that are already generous in length and width, but the most space-saving thing about them is that they move up and down, left and right to accommodate awkward-shaped bottles. I was able to move all of those stray shampoo and body scrub bottles from the corners of the tub onto the caddy, which makes the tub feel a whole lot bigger and cleaner. The caddy also has little indentations on both sides for razors to hang from, a small soap tray, and a suction cup for stability with a hook in its center for hanging loofahs and sponges from. The shelves are made of bamboo with a soft brown finish, which gives a nice nature-y touch to my otherwise all-white bathroom.
The only minor issue I have with it right now is that the suction cup isn't as strong as it could be, so it sometimes slips off and the caddy leans to one side. Considering how overloaded it is with shower shit, though, I don't think this is such a big deal.
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