So let's start with the good picture.
Now onto the helpful description:
Our previous wooden bars were moldy, thanks to our previous owner's weird homemade tile shelf contraption hanging over the towel rack (should have taken picture). We (well, I-- Natalie didn't know what was going on until the smashing started) decided to smash them out with a hammer. In hindsight, I probably should have used a hacksaw. I'm only now starting to realize how hard it is to find replacement ANYTHING in a house more than 10 years old, and I was definitely not being careful enough around our beautiful 1960 light brown 4" bath tiles.
- 24" replacement towel bar (Good to know. That will fit!)
- 24" (Thanks again!!!)
- Bar only (A comment on the product page said this is a lie, so I didn't order the extra spring endcaps. I guess technology wasn't available to have detachable towel racks back then, so they just slapped some glue on the tile and stuck 'em on there, never to be adjusted.)
- Available in white and clear (BUT WHAT COLOR IS THIS ONE!?!?)
- White (Oh, phew...)
Hint: There is no such thing as a tool too big or advanced for any job:
The finished product:
I never realized how handy having a towel rack is, and I've never realized how incredibly off center our towel rack is until I looked at this picture. WOW.
Things to learn from my experience:
- Amazon is great to buy just about anything (you should read about their logo here)
- If you're in need of a replacement towel rack, this is the way to go.
- If you own a house, you need at least 1 saw. I will leave you with the awesome function, which is linear as shown by the chart below.