Story #3 about best buys for weebit’s rental apartment: I continue to be a #1 fan of the Simple Human Shower Caddy (affiliate link). Weebit needed functional shelf space in the tub/shower, and the shower head piping is old and weird/droopy and would not accommodate a cheap and cheerful hangover model. So I bit the bullet and bought this Simple Human lovely. It’s stainless steel and anodized aluminum — rust-proof — it goes together like a dream — and in our household it’s already proven its durability in my husband’s shower, where it looks as good as they day it was installed, golly, 10 years ago, maybe more. Weebit has the standing version (affiliate link) in the family house, too. This shower caddy is not cheap, but I had no patience for risky pretenders; weebit will likely have this for 20 years, heck, maybe a lifetime!

  1. Mary Elizabeth says:

    Folks, if you get rusty looking marks on your SH shower caddy, they may be mineral deposits. Just clean them off with a bit of crumpled aluminum foil dipped in a mixture of vinegar and water. I use about 1/4 cup vinegar to 3/4 cup water. I learned this trick from my “weebit.”

  2. Karen Shoop says:

    Pam, you are one of the lucky ones. My experience with the Simple Human “rust proof” extension pole shower caddy has been very different- it started rusting a few months after I purchased it.

    1. Pam Kueber says:

      Hmmmm… I wonder if water composition is the issue. Like I said, mine have been going strong for 10+ years.

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