Block Dock - Red

$35

This Block DockTM soap dish is made from aluminium and is powder-coated in hardwearing, long-lasting matte white paint. 

It’s light as a feather so great for taking on the road, across the sea or up in the air. Including the suction cup, this Block DockTM weighs less than 30 grams! And as you can see, the matte white is 200% winning. It stands or hangs ready to match any bathroom environment!

This Block DockTM vertical soap dish is Wide size. It is 8.45cm wide, 5.6cm tall and 4.35cm deep. It fits bars up to 4cm in depth – the shortest side of your bar, and safely stores all shapes sizes and brands of bars! Rectangular bars store best when sitting against the front of the Dock. You may need to apportion the weight of the bar front to back as it changes its shape over time. If your bar is extra wide, long or heavy it’s easier to use and lasts longer if cut in two.

These days nearly everything you habitually used in a bottle now comes as a bar and the Block DockTM will keep your bar in good condition for use right to its very last sliver. When it’s that tiny, use it flat in your hand or piggy-back it onto your next bar to avoid any waste.

A suction cup comes with each Block DockTM to enable wall mounting. It WILL adhere to glass, mirror, vitreous china, steel, most smooth tiles, and acrylic. It will NOT adhere to textured tiles, paint etc because the suction cup cannot form the vacuum it needs to work. Please be sure to read the tips on installation and care.!

With the Block DockTM vertical soap dish and shampoo bar with suction your bathing and beauty routines will be better by bar! And cleaning is quick and easy. Just slip it off the suction cup and give it a clean while you shower each week or so - with a thorough dry to follow. With your good care, your Block DockTM should stay in tip top condition for the long haul. It doesn't suit the dishwasher so please don't be tempted by that. The Block DockTM bonus is the time you save on cleaning the bathroom, without all that bottle clutter and spillage - and the ick of traditional soap dishes!

Who can say no to that?

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