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Croydex Medium Corner Soap Dish in Chrome
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Croydex

Medium Corner Soap Dish in Chrome

  • Suitable for commercial applications
  • Predrilled holes accept countersink screws
  • Complements any interior decor
$20.07 /each

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Suitable for commercial applications like hotels and fitness centers, the Croydex Medium Corner Soap Dish is fashioned with two predrilled countersunk holes to accommodate flush-fitting fasteners. The wire grid design aids drainage and eases cleaning while the chrome finish pairs nicely with other chrome fixtures and complements any interior decor. It is constructed with solid brass base material for lasting durability and the corrosion-resistant finish offers enduring beauty.

  • Pairs nicely with other chrome bathroom fixtures for a cohesive look
  • Solid brass construction offers strength and durability
  • Easy to install; accepts 2 concealed screws (sold separately) for a seamless appearance
  • Wire grid design aids drainage, resulting in minimal residue and easy upkeep
  • If the product is to be fitted on a ceramic tiled wall, a ceramic drill bit should be used (drilling into grouted areas is not recommended)
  • Dimensions: 8.07 in. W x 4.92 in. D x 1.18 in. H

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Do you have to use a special drill bit to drill a hole in tile??

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Hello TBone,
When drilling through tile it's best to use a tile specific drill bit. These will help prevent the chance of the tile cracking. I've included a link to multiple tile bits below. I hope this helps.
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Chris
Tile bits:
http://www.homedepot.com/s/tile%2520bits?NCNI-5
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