Rated 3.5 out of 5Â by 18
Rated 5 out of 5
Â by BrooklynLady23 Perfection!!
After I broke my clear plastic sponge/brush caddy, I went to the Containerstore to replace it. Low & behold, they no longer carried it. I found the other clear sink caddies to look a little cheesy. I liked the simple human caddy and decided to check the reviews online before I purchased. After reading the reviews, I was a little hesitant since some said that the suction cups don't hold. Well, after receiving my POP rewards, I decided to purchase the simple human caddy since it wouldn't cost me anything. When I got home, I realized the caddy wouldn't fit my sink because of the bar-I was so disappointed, but before I gave up, I realized I could remove the bar. So I did and perfection!!!! The suction cups have held this caddy for a month now without falling down!! I highly recommend this purchase and you can remove the bar if it inhibits your use of the caddy.
August 1, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by kitchenqueen01 Keeping my kitchen sink organized
I am happy to have something that holds a sponge, pot scrubber and brush or two. Wish it were larger to hold more items I use regularly in the kitchen clean-up process. The bar across the top is great and keeps the suction cups in place.
November 3, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by misskrisha Works -- As long as you don't rely on the suction
I purchased this for my stainless double sink in the kitchen, and the suction cups only work for a short time before the whole kit and caboodle comes sliding down. The arm that comes with it is its only saving grace. I have it positioned so that the arm is under my microwave. Now, when the suction cups fail, I have gravity to back me up, but it's not really what I had in mind.
July 1, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Bullittla Neat, but not so much for my sink
I think this would work much better with a stainless or porcelain sink. It doesn't stick very well to my granite sink. I love the organization, though. So much that I keep using it anyway, and just stick it back on!
March 31, 2014