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The Command Bath Wall and Cabinet Organizer with a satin nickel finish is perfect for organizing your every day items and keeping them accessible without cluttering counter space. The removable bin makes cleaning easy. The organizer sticks to many surfaces, including glass, mirror, tile, fiberglass, wood and painted surfaces. It adheres firmly and comes off leaving no holes or sticky residue, providing a great alternative to damaging screws and nails.


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