Bamboo Soap Dish

$8.00 USD

Natural wood soap dishes made from bamboo- sold in 2 varieties: stained bamboo or natural wood bamboo

A soap dish will increase the life of any bar soap, elevating it so it doesn't sit in a pool of excess water.

How to Use: The open slats quickly drain away water. Use in the kitchen or bathroom. Note: The stained wood soap dish may stain light-colored porous surfaces such as untreated marble or quartz. We have successfully used this on glass, granite, ceramic, and porcelain countertops and in fiberglass showers.

Product Dimensions: 4.5”x 3 1/8” 

Care Instructions: Soap can build up on the soap deck over time. Use a scrub brush to periodically clean out the grooves. In between soap bars, allow it to fully air dry on a dry towel. Wood is naturally antimicrobial, but if you need to clean your soap dish, clean with vinegar. It is not recommended to put in the dishwasher. 

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