Organize It All 1750-Watt Mounted Chrome Towel Rack
Last updated date: July 10, 2020
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Not only is our No. 1 towel rack pick the Organize It All 1750W-1 Mounted Chrome Shelf, but this beauty also wins out for best value. Its sleek chrome finish adds a sophisticated look to any bathroom. There's plenty of space to store towels and wash clothes on the shelf's top rack, as well as extra room to hang hand towels from the two bottom bars. In our analysis of 35 expert reviews, the NH Neu Home Organize It All 1750-Watt Mounted Chrome Towel Rack placed 9th when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
The chrome shelf with towel rack easily mounts to the wall. This rack contains two towel bars to help clean up the floor and save more space in your bathroom. The steel frame with the chrome finish goes with any bathroom layout and provides a sleek modern look. Cleaning is easy, simply wipe down the chrome rack.
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An Overview On Towel Racks
Towel racks are the perfect addition to any bathroom, as they increase storage space and provide quick access to a clean dry towel. With so many different models and design styles on the market, you may have a hard time deciding which rack is best.
To find the perfect towel rack, you’ll need to start off examining the construction material of each towel rack you are considering. The most popular materials are stainless steel and chrome. The important thing is that you choose a towel rack that is created to resist rust, especially since you’ll be hanging wet towels and wash cloths from it. You also want the assurance that the product is durable, so you don’t have to worry about replacing it just a year or two down the road.
Decide whether you need a towel rack that is long or one that is short, but has multiple shelving units above it. For example, the KES Stainless Bathroom Bar Towel Rack is 32 inches long and able to hold a towel without the need for folding or bunching, but the Premium Presents Bath Towel Rack is only 6.1-inches across. However, it has eight vertical shelving units.
Consider how many people you have in your home. If it’s just you and a spouse, you may only need one single bar, like the Command Hand Towel Rack. A family of four, however, would be better suited to a unit with two bars plus a top shelf.
Next, consider the overall look of your bathroom and make sure the towel rack matches. Perhaps you’re going for a sleek modern design. Maybe you have a color scheme you’re trying to follow. There are plenty of options to choose from, so you’re sure to find one that compliments your bathroom decor.
Finally, read the product label to determine whether the hardware to install the towel rack is included. If not, you’ll need to find out what additional hardware you need and add that to the cost of the towel rack to see what your final price will be.
DWYM Fun Fact
Although it’s unofficial, National Towel Day is celebrated by many on May 25 every year. Fans of the book “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” wanted a way to commemorate the passing of the book’s author, Douglas Adams, so they chose this day to swirl towels around in the air (even though the author actually passed on May 11). The act is in reference to a character in the series proclaiming the towel to be “the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have.”
You’ll also find towels mentioned by a few other popular authors. It’s listed in the Bible twice in the book of John and by Mary Henrietta Kingsley in “Travels in West Africa.” Charles Dickens also used the word back in 1836, but as a verb instead of a noun.
The Towel Rack Buying Guide
- Over time, your towel rack may become dusty, especially if you aren’t using it on a daily basis. A damp lint-free cloth is all you need to get the rack clean again. If you’d like to add a little disinfecting and odor-eliminating power, simply spray the damp rag with a little white distilled vinegar before you wipe the rack down.
- If you have multiple racks or accessories you plan to install in your bathroom, take the time to decide exactly where each piece should go before you install it. You don’t want to screw a towel rack into your wall only to decide moments later it would look better in a different spot. Then you’d have to go back and filling in the holes from the screws.
- Individuals who have never installed a towel rack before can take a quick crash course simply by searching YouTube. You’ll find this especially helpful if you are a visual learner and the product instructions seem a bit confusing to you.
- While comparing prices, it is important to consider the length of the towel rack. The KES Stainless Bathroom Bar Towel Rack and the AmazonBasics Modern Bathroom Towel Bar Rack, 18-Inch are significantly longer than the Command Hand Towel Rack, and therefore fetch a higher price.