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    Magnetic soap dish

    Oceansrespect Magnetic soap dish

    €9,50

    Oceansrespect

    Magnetic soap dish

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    €9,50 Incl. tax

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      The minimalist magnetic soap dish is the innovative accessory that helps you keep your solid cosmetics (soaps and shampoos) clean and durable. The soap dries easier and has less residual loss. The minimalist soap dish attaches with its large 5.2 cm magnet

      Product description

      The minimalist magnetic soap dish is the innovative accessory that helps you keep your solid cosmetics (soaps and shampoos) clean and durable. The soap dries easier and has less residual loss. The minimalist soap dish attaches with its large 5.2 cm magnetic suction cup with strong adhesion, so you can move and move it as often as you want. Drilling or gluing is not necessary. The magnetic soap dish can be used with many solid soaps and shampoos weighing up to 250 grams.

      Made in Germany, with strong materials (stainless steel, magnet treated against corrosion, suction cup) making it a durable accessory.

      Also choose this Magnetic soap dish by Oceansrespect:

      • looks stylish (you don't see it, when the soap is attached)
      • keeps your soap bars clean and dry
      • made of sustainable materials

      Looking for a nice shampoo or bodysoap? Then check out our Bath & Shower department.

      The magnetic soap dish is made of:

      Suction cup in flexible PVC without phthalates. Metal shade made of stainless steel. Neodymium magnet with anti-rust treatment.

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