DELTA FAUCET Bath Towel Hook
Last updated date: December 8, 2019
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With a curve that's ideal for hanging items like robes, the DELTA FAUCET Bath Towel Hook will be a great addition to your bathroom. This is especially true if you have Delta faucets and other items since you can match your hooks to those accessories. You can customize your look by choosing from a venetian bronze, champaign bronze or stainless steel finish. In our analysis of 1 expert reviews, the DELTA FAUCET DELTA FAUCET Bath Towel Hook placed 2nd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Complete the look of your bath with this Trinsic Robe Hook. Delta makes installation a breeze for the weekend DIYer by including all mounting hardware and easy-to-understand installation instructions. You can install with confidence, knowing that Delta backs its bath hardware with a Lifetime Limited Warranty. From the Manufacturer The design was inspired by the sleek elegance of modern European design. Coordinates beautifully with the faucets in the Trinsic Bath Collection
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An Overview On Bath Towel Hooks
It’s never been easier to buy a hook for your home. Whether you’re renting or you own your house, you can outfit each of your walls with handy hooks, perfect for hanging items like clothing, handbags, backpacks and coats.
But nowhere is a hook more useful than in your bathroom. At one time, this meant getting out some power tools and hardware, drilling a hole into the wall and creating damage that you’d have to repair when you moved out someday. But advancements in adhesive technology mean you can not only find a hook that will stay in place without screws or nails, but also will remove without damage when you’re finished with it.
The first thing to consider as you’re shopping for towel hooks is installation. As much a pain as towel racks that require a drill or hammer can be, they will hold longer. But you can easily find adhesive hooks that easily pull off the wall when you someday decide to move. Make sure you look carefully at a hook’s adhesive capabilities before you buy to avoid having to replace one when it falls off the wall a few months down the line.
For bathroom hooks, though, moisture is always a consideration. You can’t buy just any adhesive hook and expect it to hold up in the humidity that a shower outputs. This is especially true if your hook will be hanging close to your shower area, as is usually the case with towel or robe hooks. Some people choose a suction-cup style hook for shower areas, but these typically only work well for hanging lightweight items like shower poufs or washcloths.
Weight capacity is a top consideration when you’re choosing a bathroom hook. If you want to hang a bath towel, you’ll need one with a weight capacity of at least three pounds, but five pounds is ideal. Large towels are naturally heavier than midsized ones, but even a medium-sized towel will weigh more once it’s wet. A medium, dry towel, will weigh about a pound and a half, but thick, plush towels will weigh more than thinner, less luxurious ones, especially when wet, so keep that in mind.
DYWM Fun Fact
National Towel Day is celebrated each May 25th, but it isn’t in honor of the item we use to dry off after bathing. The day was created to celebrate the work of Douglas Adams, the author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, a book that has a global fan base. On National Towel Day, fans carry a towel to honor Adams, who died in 2001. Why a towel? In the book, Adams wrote, “A towel, it says, is about the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have.” He cited its versatility in the fact that it will keep you warm, serve as a blanket while you’re sleeping, wrap it around your head to keep fumes at bay and more.
The Bath Towel Hook Buying Guide
- Before you hang a towel hook in your bathroom, you’ll want to make sure it will last, especially if you have to mount it with screws. Look for a towel hook that has adhesive strong enough to keep it hanging on the wall for years. If you use it in a shower area, make sure you buy a hook that has moisture-proof features. Some hooks come with separate glue that you’ll need to apply in addition to the adhesive backing, so don’t skip that step, especially if you’re installing in a shower area.
- Another concern when it comes to durability is rust. Premium-quality stainless steel can hold up well in moisture-prone areas, as can satin nickel. In some cases, hooks have a finish designed for looks so, if that’s the case, make sure the entire build can hold up to moisture.
- Although design preferences are subjective, hook designs can vary dramatically. Make sure you choose one that matches your existing décor. If you’re putting it in a shower area, you may not care as much, but if guests use your shower, it will be on display.
- The good news is, you don’t have to be handy with a drill or hammer to install today’s towel hooks. Choose one with an adhesive backing and you can just stick it on the wall. If you’re installing on painted drywall, though, make sure you choose one that won’t damage the wall. In some cases, you may be better off going with a hook you need to install rather than one that applies with adhesive.
- Ease of removal is also a big feature of some adhesive hooks. Command’s line of adhesive hooks is known for its pull-and-release method of removal. This means you not only won’t have to worry about leaving a mark on the wall, but you’ll also have the hook off the wall in a matter of seconds.
- The trade-off of easy installation is that some adhesive hooks simply won’t remain on the wall, especially after some time has passed. If you want worry-free lasting adhesion, go with a hook that has to be installed with a nail or screw.
- Before you buy, think about how many hooks you need. Many towel hooks come in sets of one, so you’ll have to buy multiples. If you want to attach two or four at once, though, you can find some multipack sets that may give you a better deal.
- One factor determining how well your hook stays attached to the wall is capacity. A stronger hook will be able to hold even your thickest towels. Keep in mind that towels increase in weight while wet and plan accordingly.