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Product Review: JustNile Wooden Soap Dish Holder Tray

Disclaimer: I received this item for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Sheri Ann Richerson from ExperimentalHomesteader.com is joined by Jeffrey Rhoades to talk about the JustNile Wooden Soap Dish Holder Tray that she received for review.

This set of soap dishes is just what I needed. I have tried many and always end up with a gooey mess in the bottom of my soap dish. This one is made of wood with wooden slats across the bottom so it allows the wet soap to sit high enough above the sink base or countertop that air can circulate underneath the soap thus allowing the bar of soap to dry naturally. Goodbye nasty goo!

I really love the natural wood color. I make my own homemade soaps so it goes well with those regardless of their color. It also works very nicely in my bathroom. I have an old fashion pedestal sink with no place to put a soap dish except on the corner of the sink where the indentation is for a bar of soap. This dish fits perfectly there and has not fallen or slid off so far.

I highly recommend these soap dishes. They are very well made. All of the wood is well connected and I do not see any nails, staples, etc. holding the wood together. This is nice because you don’t need to worry about sharp objects potentially coming loose and someone getting hurt. I also like that it is wood because unlike ceramic soap dishes this one wont break easily.

Highly recommended!


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