02:00AM | 11/07/03
Member Since: 10/02/02
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My husband and I recently installed a cultured granite tub surround, and now we have a soap/shampoo "cady" that we want to install. This cady will fit in the corner of the surround (not recessed), but we are usure how to properly install it. We don't want it to fall off or slide down the wall. Any suggestions of how we can support the cady during installation? It is about 12 inches tall and approximately 8 inches wide and is shaped to fit in the right angle of a corner. Thank you.


02:17PM | 11/08/03
Member Since: 11/07/03
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My husband & I did the same and did not want to damage the granite so we used liquid nail. It has been hanging for about 7 months with no problems.


05:19AM | 11/17/03
Member Since: 11/13/03
3 lifetime posts
Without seeing the caddy it's hard to tell, but if you do not want to drill try the type of silicon used for making salt water acquariums. It comes in a tube like any caulking and is applied in the same manner. It holds tremendous weight and the bond is not damaged or weakened by water since this is what the product is made for. Good luck.


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