Are There Magnetic or Suction Cup Kitchen Rail Systems?

Are There Magnetic or Suction Cup Kitchen Rail Systems?

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Faith Durand
Apr 23, 2010

Q: My boyfriend and I just moved into a new apartment and we are looking for some wall storage solutions for utensils, spices and cooking oils. We are interested in the IKEA BYGEL or GRUNDTAL rail systems, but because the whole kitchen wall it would go on is tile, we are hesitant about using anything that has to get drilled or screwed into the wall.

We have been searching for something similar that uses magnets or suction cups to no avail. Can you help us find something?

Sent by Jennifer

Editor: Jennifer, yes, there is a suction system that we are aware of, but we do not know how well it works. It's available from The Container Store, and it's called the Magic-Loc Suction Cup Rail System. Here's a look at the line:

Magic-Loc Suction Cup Rail System

The components range from about $10 to $24 apiece, and they are all on sale right now, which may mean that are going to be discontinued.

Readers, do you have any experience with this system? How reliable and sturdy is it? Or do you have other suggestions for Jennifer?

Related: Good Question: Affordable Kitchen Rail System?

(Image: The Container Store)

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