Commandâ¿¢ Water-Resistant Hooks
Very strong; decorative & functional
I have a small bathroom and the only logical place to hang towels was on the back of the door. My contractor recommended against it, since the door itself is a cheap hollow-core thing. No place to drill for hooks.
I bought these almost a year ago and installed them precisely per the instructions. (I used the rubbing alcohol, waited the 24 hours, took a shower while they did their thing, etc.) The biggest problem I had was getting two of them level! (I used my eyeliner pencil; I am definitely not a pro).
They carry very heavy bath sheets without a problem and seem rock solid. Aesthetically, they're so much better than an over-the-door hook set.
The reviewer below who said these hooks could not bear the weight of loofahs is either reviewing a different product or did not follow the instructions. Look at the size of the terry towel in my pic. Even I can hardly carry that thing. But the hook has carried it damp and dry for almost a year.
November 21, 2013
Brought over two years ago for bathroom - has held big heavy towels ever since without any incident. Looks like a fixed hook, works like one and no damage to tiles. Excellent product.
April 14, 2013
My tub is in a small room by itself and the towel rack was just too large for the small wall space that was available. I got one of the large hooks to hang my bath sheet on and a medium one for my hair wrap (and bathing suit) and they both work great, look good and are in proportion to the space.
I've gotten a lot of compliments from friends and family on them, and what an improvement they are.
March 18, 2013
Water Resistant Hooks do not stay on fiberglass
Purchased a set of these to hold little shower soap poofs... but every night they fell off.
June 12, 2012