Add a swimsuit "drip-dry" zone to your shower with a tension rod
Where to hang wet bathing suits? My Kids' Mom has come up with a genius solution that's as smart as it is simple to implement in your own bathroom:
I have a pool across the street from our house, so we swim almost daily. My boys (9 & 12) each have 2-3 swimsuits and swim shirts which they rotate.
I *suggest* that they rinse the suits then hang them to dry. What they *actually* do is to dump them in the sink, leave them there until someone uses the sink and gets them wet again, then shove them on top of a towel bar where the towels, suits and shirts lump together and never dry. Hanging their suits over shower curtain rod doesn't work; they couldn't easily reach the existing rod, and the drips would get on the floor.
So I bought a new tension rod and placed it along the far side of the tub just above the height of the soap dish. Now they have a place to hang their suits that's out of sight, practical and accessible.
Yes, the bar will have to be emptied before anyone uses the shower, but I can live with that since they shower less when using the pool so often in the summer anyway.
Anyone else got a creative method for drying swimsuits and keeping them in quick rotation?