Meet Block Dock, your solid soap, shampoo and conditioner bar's new best friend.
Made from aluminium and powder-coated in hard wearing, long-lasting paint. this little beauty is a buy once, use forever solution so you never have to suffer a scummy soap dish or soggy bar again!
Wide is 8.45cm wide, 5.6cm tall and 4.3cm deep and weighs just 25 grams. It fits bars up to 3.8cm in depth – the shortest side of your bar.
SUPERWIDE is 9.7cm wide, 6.5cm tall and 5.7cm deep and weighs just 32 grams. It fits bars up to 5.5cm in depth – the shortest side of your bar.
This vertical soap dish and shampoo bar holder fits bars up to 4cm in depth – the shortest side of your bar. It will happily house all shapes, sizes and brands of bars. If your bar is extra wide, long or heavy it’s easier to store, use and will last longer if cut in two (or even three, keep the extra pieces somewhere cool and dry until you're ready to use them). As your bar gets slimmer, position its bottom to the front and top to the back of the Dock for safest keeping! The Block Dock will keep your bar dry right to its very end.
A suction cup comes with each Block Dock to enable wall mounting. It WILL adhere to glass, acrylic, vitreous china, steel, most smooth tiles, and mirror. It will NOT adhere to textured tiles, paint etc because the suction cup cannot form the vacuum that it requires to work. You can read some more handy hints and tips for installing your block dock here.
Using Block Docks comes with the bonus of less time spent on bathroom cleaning! Just give your Dock a wipe from time to time when you shower. It doesn’t get easier than that. Best to keep it out of the dishwasher and it's recommended to give it a good dry with your towel from time to time.
It’s light as a feather so great for taking on the road or travelling overseas. Including the suction cup, this Block Dock weighs less than 30 grams. If you need a storage solution for your Block Dock on the go check out our soap and shampoo bar containers - your Block Dock will fit in the square box perfectly (you may need to remove the suction cup and pop it in next to the Dock), see the range here.
Block Docks were born in Riverton, Southland and are made in Dunedin, New Zealand.