Does what is says. extends life between washings. Can not comment on how it effects electric bill-honestly a little nervous but I love having a dry warm towel after coming out of the shower. Oh yeah, the cord is rather short so depending on your outlets may need an extension cord.
Fits perfectly on top of my Elkay 60/40 sink in either sink. Expensive but worth it. Needed something to hold hand washed items when in a hurry, etc.
My bathroom is small and I just did not have the space to store the beautiful new towels I had purchased.I had exactly 20 inches between the sink cabinet and the door to my bedroom. This just fit that space.It holds LOTS of towels and wash clothes, and it looks beautiful.It was worth the time I spent checking through all those pages of similar items at Overstock to find this, and I thought it was a great bargain!It is a study metal-easy to assemble(no real assembly to it) and will last forever. It looks fabulous in that small space!
This cabinet is built with hardwood fronts, plywood sides and back, separating it in quality from most cheaper cabinets made of MDF and veneer. Over time veneer starts to peel away in a humid environment. Finish is quite smooth. Hinges don't allow the doors to close flush with the frame. I plan to add brown felt pads to the inside corners, so this should even the level and muffle the sound of wood on wood. I withhold the 5th star in my evaluation because 1) you must drill your own holes for the door knobs (as mentioned in the Q&A) and 2) the one shelf inside the cabinet is the board separating the open compartment and closed compartment, so you can stack toilet paper rolls on the inside or put in very tall bottles of lotion, body wash and the like. Since I don't have a true medicine cabinet, just a very large mirror over the sink, I use my toilet topper cabinet for smaller items. I will add two inner shelves using 1" x 8" (nominal) mahogany boards with shelf supports.
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