Creative Home Marble Toothbrush Holder
About Creative Home Marble Toothbrush Holder
Closeouts. A modern bathroom decor scheme is easily achieved when Creative Home's marble toothbrush holder is involved.
Specs about Creative Home Marble Toothbrush Holder
- Material: Marble
- Weight: 1 lb. 12 oz.
- Made in Indonesia
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4.375000 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 8 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Marley from Maryland on Friday, June 27, 2014
Beautiful, well made, paler than shown on site, more like a rich cream, I got all pieces sold and they all matched altho some variation since it is a natural product. The soap dish, toothbrush holder, tray, and container with lid are all really lovely and bring class to my bathroom.
Reviewed by Marley from Maryland on Friday, June 27, 2014Beautiful, well made, paler than shown on site, more like a rich cream, I got all pieces sold and they all matched altho some variation since it is a natural product. The soap dish, toothbrush holder, tray, and container with lid are all really lovely and bring class to my bathroom.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by sandie from missouri on Thursday, April 10, 2014I was pleasantly surprised. This was very heavy and attractive.
Reviewed by Catlistener from California on Saturday, March 1, 2014I received this toothbrush holder and was very happy with its appearance and price. When I used it excess water leaked out the bottom. I called Sierra Trading Post and, like always, they were extremely helpful and sent out a replacement immediately.
I would have given this product a 5 star if the first one had not leaked.
Reviewed by The Great Northwest from Shelton wa. on Sunday, February 9, 2014Works with our electric tooth brushes and looks nice I would recommend this item.
Reviewed by WillL from central Florida on Tuesday, December 17, 2013I guess we got the mutt of the lot, didn't sit well and rocked back & forth. Stone was poorly cut at the openings, rather primitive craftsmanship. Back it went.
Question & Answer
“Anyone figure out how to get the mark from the "this is natural stone" sticker off? I've washed the whole thing with hot water and detergent, but the dark rectangle remains.
I peeled the sticker on the side off very carefully then took off the remaining residue with my finger nails. I was tempted to try Goo-begone but I was concerned that the porous nature of the stone might soak it in. The sticker on the bottom I found to be even harder to remove since it was unpolished and unsealed. Not so wise to use the type of stickers they used on marble. I have no marks left from either sticker but still have a bit of adhesive residue on the unsealed bottom that I hope will ware off in time.