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Do you like your train rack?

Posted by mom6 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 2, 13 at 15:27

I am considering putting a train rack instead of towel bars in my bathroom. What do those of you who have them think of yours? Do you regret it or are you happy with the decision?

Here is a link that might be useful: this is one I am considering


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RE: Do you like your train rack?

I briefly thought about it as well, but didn't think the towels would be able to dry once used.


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RE: Do you like your train rack?

I like that one. What is the name/manufacturer? We have one in our guest bath. It is behind/above the toilet. The top stores the extra towels and they look nice there. Plus guests don't have to wonder where they are if they need more. We do have towel bars as well, and those get used more. I think towels will dry fine on the lower bar, it's no different from a regular bar in that regard. I'm thinking of using one in our new house because the room is small, so looking for something more contemporary than what we have now, which is why I asked about the name.


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RE: Do you like your train rack?

It is Gedy by Nameeks 3235-13 Chrome Outline Towel Rack.


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RE: Do you like your train rack?

Thanks!


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RE: Do you like your train rack?

It is Gedy by Nameeks 3235-13 Chrome Outline Towel Rack.


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