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    Default 4 Razor Holder - Lowe's

    Picked this up at Lowe's. Holds 4 razors. Obviously is meant for toothbrushes. And it is definitely heavy enough.
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    Looks pretty nice. How much did it cost?
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    That pretty neat !!!!!
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    Nice, only problem I can see, my husband hsa over 40 razors, it would take a lot of toothbrush holders.

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    Wow! That'd be perfect in my bathroom which is chrome and glass everywhere. Do you have a part # by any chance?
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    Looks very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bookwormwendy View Post
    Nice, only problem I can see, my husband hsa over 40 razors, it would take a lot of toothbrush holders.
    I have seven so far. I have had less than satisfying results with racks. I bought some lucite stuff on the internet. Crap, pure crap. I bought a test tube rack, to short. I google and don't see anything that grabs me. I am starting to sense a real vacuum for this product. I'm needing to feed this addiction so I am looking for ideas. This is one is nice but like she says. A four hole isn't going to get it done. Signed: addicted to RAD in florida.
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    Sweet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingfisher View Post
    Looks pretty nice. How much did it cost?
    in NJ its $11.95

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingfisher View Post
    Looks pretty nice. How much did it cost?
    $11.00

    Quote Originally Posted by dcobranchi View Post
    Wow! That'd be perfect in my bathroom which is chrome and glass everywhere. Do you have a part # by any chance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hokahay View Post
    I have seven so far. I have had less than satisfying results with racks. I bought some lucite stuff on the internet. Crap, pure crap. I bought a test tube rack, to short. I google and don't see anything that grabs me. I am starting to sense a real vacuum for this product. I'm needing to feed this addiction so I am looking for ideas. This is one is nice but like she says. A four hole isn't going to get it done. Signed: addicted to RAD in florida.
    The center section comes apart. You could get a 2nd ​and probably make a 2-tier one OR just get a 2nd one and hot glue the bases togther. Just a thought. But yeah, no real room for growth. I only have 4 right now so this will do for awhile.
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    Soph Gent--Thank you for starting this thread and sharing this--I read this at 10:A.M. and it is now sitting in my den
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    That's a dandy looking holder. I wish I had room in my bathroom for such a nice thing. Besides, my 3 year old would destroy it (along with the razors in it). I have to keep my shaving stuff way up high on top of my bathroom of cabinet to keep him out!
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    Ok Went to Lowe's Today and Picked up two of the Holders.

    Here is the Pic of the Item, Item Info and Price
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    Im just having fun :o)

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    Looks pretty good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Soph Gent View Post
    Picked this up at Lowe's. Holds 4 razors. Obviously is meant for toothbrushes. And it is definitely heavy enough.
    Thanks, For Sharing, I went and got me a couple of Holders ;o)
    Im just having fun :o)

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    Hey! I think I'm sold. Two of those. And don't buy anymore razors or only keep the eight best out. I like the two tier idea as well. That pump dispenser looks good too! Did you look at that? I'm going to go for it tomorrow and I hope Lowe's has them here.

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    Might could keep your witch hazel in the pump dispenser and the jar would be great for cottonballs. A complete matching set!
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    Saw something similar in Bed Bath & Beyond today, it was a 4 toothbrush holder but was a square faux marble block. They had a light & a dark version.
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