Spacemaker Handy Hook Towel Hooks
- Compact towel hooks with two small hooks
- Behind-the-door storage mounts on a single hinge
- Swivels for easy access
- Easy installation at door hinge: pop the pin and drop it in
- Fits most standard doors
- Protective cap protects hanging garments and helps keep them on the bar
- Instantly provides two places to hang towels, robes, clothes, or accessories easily
- Perfect for small spaces
- Saves money--air drying conserves energy and extends the life of your towel
- 2 hooks; 5 inches high, 4 inches wide, and 1 inch deep
5h x 4w x 1d inch
12.7 x 10.1 x 2.54 cm
18 x 5/8 inch
Towels dry best when air can reach them. So keep your door closed or partially closed so the towels get the air they need to dry. Dried towels stay fresher longer, so you wash less--conserving energy and water. The larger Hinge It products have independently swiveling sections, so you can still open your door to get in and out of a room. That's handy.
Air-drying dramatically cuts down on utility expenses, especially the dryer is the second largest energy consumer in most households. By air drying towels and swimwear between uses, they need to be washed less frequently, which means less water and less detergent. Air drying also extends the life of your clothes, to you'll need to replace worn out things less frequently.
Talk about using your unused space! There is between 6 and 8 inches of space lost to doorways. Hinge It products use that space to your advantage. Perfect for bathrooms, bedrooms, mudrooms and offices, the handy array of Hinge It products makes sure that you can better use the space you have. Whether you install a hook for the office bathroom for ladies to hang their purses or the Family Towel Bar in your home bathroom or bedroom, you suddenly discover what extra hanging space can mean. It's so easy and so convenient, you'll wonder that you never did it before.
No tools needed!
Technically, no tools are required to install the Hinge It products. But sometimes, hinge pins can be hard to get out. So, you may need something to help you get the pin out the first time, especially in older doors and in bathrooms.
Remove the pin from the hinge--usually the top hinge of the door, though the middle hinge works just as well! The Hinge-It has an eye-hole attached to the bar. Fit this eye-hole over the hinge so that the pin can pass through it and into the hinge. Then put the pin back in!
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