All shower caddies are made up of two components: a metal frame and a detachable cloth bag. The metal frame is usually made out of sturdy metal such as stainless steel or aluminum. Some people use plastic or acrylic to make their shower caddies, but they can be very flimsy and inexpensive. This article will show you how you can hang stainless steel caddy on the tile regardless of the design.
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Complete step by step guide of hanging a shower caddy on tile:
1. Stainless steel caddies are the most popular shower caddies because of their sturdiness and ease of cleaning. If your shower caddy is stainless steel, then the first step to hanging it will be to make sure it’s dry after cleaning or rinsing it off that day so that if you leave it anywhere else in the bathroom, water doesn’t get on it. Another step to take before hanging your stainless steel shower caddy would be to make sure it’s empty.
2. The hook used to hang the shower caddy needs to be sturdy and big enough to hold the extra weight of all of the items you’re going to put in it. Specific hooks are much stronger than others, and you should look for one that is solid but not too heavy for you to attach by yourself. If you can’t manage to attach the hook yourself, you should have a friend or two to help you, and the shower caddy should be ready in no time.
3. The metal frame used for the shower caddy needs to be long enough to fit around your caddy and all of its stuff.
4. The best way to attach the metal frame is with screws because it will ensure there are no spaces between it and your shower caddy, so nothing falls through.
5. Before attaching your metal frame, it’s best to find the right place to hang your caddy because you don’t want it hanging on a wall that will be in the way of the flow of water around the tub and shower. If you’re in doubt about where to place your caddy, you can have a professional bathroom designer to help you out with this task.
6. Keep in mind that you should place your caddy on studs when attaching it with screws. If you’d instead not use screws, then you can try using Velcro to secure your caddy to the wall.
7. Finally, once you’re done, hang your stainless steel shower caddy on the tile. It’s best to leave it as-is for a few days. After a week, the shower caddy will get rid of all the moisture in the bathroom and be ready to use.
In conclusion, a shower caddy is a great way to keep all of your bathroom stuff organized and easy to find. With this guide, you can now hang your shower caddy on tile with ease. Just make sure that the screws you use are long enough to fit around the shower caddy and handle the extra weight, and always make sure you have a sturdy and large hook to hang your shower caddy on. Good luck!