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Glacier Bay Personal Shower Mount in Chrome
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Glacier Bay

Personal Shower Mount in Chrome

$10.48 /each

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The Glacier Bay Personal Shower Mount in Chrome features durable plastic construction. The shower mount is universal to fit many handheld shower assemblies (not included). It has limited lifetime warranty.

  • Durable plastic construction
  • Chrome finish
  • Universal to fit many handheld shower assemblies (not included)
  • Mounting options include suction, self-stick and screws

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How do I turn the holder so it is facing straight out to allow my hose to fit in it? When I install it the holder is

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July 11, 2016
Upright which does not allow my hose to fit in
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August 2, 2016
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You don't, mount it horizontal twist it so that the slot is vertical and your hose will fit very well. You'll notice there's a slight taper put the narrow part of the taper down then your showerhead should fit just fine.
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August 1, 2016
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Jamie, hope you figured this out, the device doesn't come forward but if you can turn the u shaped part to the right or left so it's horizontal, the the wands handle or the hose should fit fine in this manner. Don't try to turn the whole gizmo at the base.
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July 12, 2016
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Hello Jamie, the piece that holds the shower arm can rotate. Just lightly turn the top piece where the hold is and it will turn to face outward.
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how do take it apart? in order to mount the base to the wall?does the screw that comes with it goes thru the base?

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Naples FL
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January 1, 2016
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The screws go through the clear plastic circular clip once you have removed it from the chrome plastic bracket.
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January 1, 2016
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Slide/snap off clear circular plastic piece and fasten it to the wall and then slide chrome piece into it.
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April 30, 2015
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Either or. You can use screws to mount it to the tile or do what I did, which is to use the adhesive on the base mount. The adhesive on the base portion of the product is pretty tough and sturdy. I usually don't like adhesives but this one has been hold tough for over a month. The shower water hasn't been a problem. Since I decided not to drill through tile that saved me some work and time (which I spent Read More
Either or. You can use screws to mount it to the tile or do what I did, which is to use the adhesive on the base mount. The adhesive on the base portion of the product is pretty tough and sturdy. I usually don't like adhesives but this one has been hold tough for over a month. The shower water hasn't been a problem. Since I decided not to drill through tile that saved me some work and time (which I spent on other projects.) Read Less
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Suction issues

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I apologize for starting a new question but can't ask for more help for same issue. As my previous question explained, I have tried everything but can't get the suction to work The black thick rubber piece is flat, probably due to being incased with the plastic. Or perhaps it is designed this way. Many other suction cups are bell shaped so that when it is pressed, it creates the vacuum. But not this product.

Is it supposed to be bell shaped or flat? Would it help to keep the clear plastic holder off of it for a few day? How do I get the darn thing to work? I would like to use the suction feature so I can see exactly where I want it, then I may or may not use the adhesive feature. Being of the fiberglass variety, I don't want to drill holes in the one piece tub and surround.

Kindest regards,
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August 3, 2016
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Hello, the suction is flat until the holder is rotated then it will have a small indent in the middle to allow the product to suction to the wall. Before placing the product on the wall their should be a small space between the product and the suction. If not rotate the product and the small space will open up. Then place the product on the wall, press in and turn. Now the product should be suctioned Read More
Hello, the suction is flat until the holder is rotated then it will have a small indent in the middle to allow the product to suction to the wall. Before placing the product on the wall their should be a small space between the product and the suction. If not rotate the product and the small space will open up. Then place the product on the wall, press in and turn. Now the product should be suctioned to the wall. Pressing should be very firm as to make sure the holder will not rotate back and cause the product to fall. If this is what you are doing and it is still not working you can return to Home Depot or email us info@homewerksww.com and we will send you another under you warranty. Read Less
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The answer is it is not a suction cup, on the one I bought there's a red plastic sheet when I pealed it off there's an adhesive, it's sticking very well.
In my comment to Home Depot I told them the only problem with this product was the lack of instructions as you are finding out.
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How to take holder off bracket?

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To remove the clear plastic bracket from the unit, I had to take it back to Home Depot and the guy at the service desk used pliers to bend the bracket enough that it popped off the unit. If anyone was going to break it, I preferred it to be them.
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June 7, 2016
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The holder will need to be rotated to the left, releasing the suction to the plastic mount. Once you have done this, you can pull the holder straight up out of the mount. Thank you for your inquiry.
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Personal Shower Mount in Chrome is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 47.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what I expected :-( Hard to get the mount off; the hose doesn't fit properly in the holder. I had to return the first one because, even after calling product support, I couldn't get the base off, and the whole thing came apart. The second one was easier to get off, and screwing it in the wall was fairly simple, but the hose does not fit properly in the holder. The directions are wrong too. It says to mark the holes through the base, and then remove the base. Well, you can't exactly mark the holes with the base still attached. I also wish Home Depot carried more than one brand. At my store, this was the only option for handheld shower holders.
Date published: 2016-08-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good, inexpensive option You need to play with it to understand how it works before you install it with screws or adhesive, but the suction is the best option to begin with. It is difficult to separate the plastic disc with adhesive from the holder/suction part. I have to pry it off on the edge of a counter or something. They should have made it easier to separate. Some people may think the suction component isn't there. I'm an Occupational Therapist and recommend this to my patients because they want something inexpensive that works, and I like that it has the back up adhesive component in case suction stops working. I don't know how the adhesive works, though, because I've always used the suction.
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well made and smooth working mount. 3 method to mount and I used the suction method. Neede to w... Well made and smooth working mount. 3 method to mount and I used the suction method. Neede to wet the suction cup with soapy water for it to stay on. "C" shaped handheld shower head holder should be larger. The holder should be tapered for a better fit with handheld shower heads.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's working well. Very easy to install the adsevice is working very well. It also has the ability to be installed with screws which if it should fail in the future I will be able to remounted with screws which will be very secure thank you
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from poor design/ instructions useless This one mounts in any one of three ways -- screw, suction or adhesive. If you want an adhesive mount, it appears to be "peel and stick". Just make sure you have the holder (which sticks out to the side of the base) facing with the wide opening up. The handle of the hand held shower will not fit in it. It is designed to hold only the collar of the hose (the part that screws to the base of the shower head) For suction mount, the instructions call for you to remove the mounting bracket (which then reveals the black suction pad beneath it). However, the plastic mounting bracket (which also has to be removed and then reattached if you want a screw-mount) wraps around the base and has to be manhandled to remove it from the unit. I took it back to Home Depot and the guy at the service desk had to use pliers to bend the plastic enough to get it to snap off. Lastly, during your shower, the shower head suddenly may spin or pivot in the smooth plastic holder, spraying water everywhere, unless you wrap a thin rubber band around the base of the shower head to give it some friction.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Shower mount could be better. This mount is made of plastic with a chrome finish. It attaches (not very securely) with a two-sided adhesive patch. It wobbles and sags when the hand showerhead is inserted.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good It was hard to install it. Because it would not turn. If you buy and install it, you can understand what I mean. After installation, goooood!!
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wax ring review Of all the shower mounts in all the hardware stores in all the world and I have seen them all-- this was among the best.
Date published: 2016-11-15
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