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This week’s shower caddy co-op worked everyone up into a lather, but once the hot water ran out, we were left with three deserving finalists. Check out what our readers had to say about them below, then be sure to vote at the bottom of the post.


simplehuman Adjustable Shower Caddy

Simplehuman Adjustable Shower Caddy
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It has to be the simplehuman Adjustable Shower Caddy, the adjustable shelves really help and it has held up against rust like other cheaper ones. - Vash

You beat me to it. I have had this same shower caddy for 3 years, and t still looks brand new. I even moved apartments, so I had to uninstall and reinstall it. If I had to do it over again I would undoubtedly get this caddy. - Brennan

As the owner of both a heavily-used family home and also a vacation rental, yes to simplehuman anything because of the durability. Especially this particular one because of the adjustability and the fact that you can go buy it at most department stores. Don’t get tempted to get something other fixed unit in antique bronze or whatever to match your fixtures. Your Kirkland shampoo or whatever will be slightly too tall and you’ll be slightly annoyed when that was avoidable. Brushed aluminum doesn’t clash with anything enough to overshadow the adjustability and durability excellence, which will more than make up for any of your finishes OCD. - 46and2aheadofme


3M Command Shower

3M Command Shower
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For my money, it’s Command Hook or nothing - Reventlov


IKEA Immeln

IKEA Immeln
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IKEA shower caddies have the best suction cups in the history of showers. - You Kids Like Hashbrowns?

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