This is a Remix of MattS's Suction Cup Mounted Soap Dish at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:539169
I created this one because the suctions cups I used weren't sturdy enough to hold the dish + the soap + 2 razors. I had to be extremely careful about placing my razor back into the hole as well as the soap back onto the dish, otherwise, it would've knocked over or come off the wall. Larger and sturdier suction cups probably would have remedied this issue, but command hooks have just been more reliable than suction cups in my experience. I'm using command hooks now with the metal hooks (that look like they're meant to hold calendars), but in order to make it sit properly, I had to jut the back support out a little bit more than what the original soap dish came out. This way, it will sit properly.
I've also brought the side walls of the soap dish up a little higher. I did this to prevent the soap from falling off the sides & touching the razors. This way you can make sure your soap will be held in one place & has no chance at all of touching the razors. I also originally had the front sides of this soap dish just plain points, but when I first printed it, I found the corners were actually fairly sharp. To reduce the sharpness, I shapened the corners out a little so they don't come to one sharp point.
BEFORE YOU PRINT:
• Please be sure to purchase whatever you intend to hang this with FIRST, otherwise, you will run into the same issue I had where the back does not come out enough to support itself & sit properly. This will prevent you from having to print a second soap dish.
• Do NOT use suction cups with this soap dish. The way I have the holes in the back set up are specifically meant for the command hooks that I am using.
These are the command hooks I am currently using ► http://a.co/d/acIgS95
• I have NOT tested this print yet. It is a finished print, but make sure your hangars/supports fit & work with this before printing. MEASURE BEFORE YOU PRINT. You may make adjustments with apps that I've enabled for this print.
No supports needed.
I preferred to print this at 35% infill just because it helps support all the nooks & crannies, but I'm sure 25%+ will get the job done.