Brass in the bathroom.
Everything today is made of chrome: the thinnest steel plates, zinc die-casting and even synthetic material. You normally notice this through the weight of a particular product. And, frequently, chromed material is poor and inadequate. You notice that – normally too late –, when a paper-thin layer of chrome peals away after only a few weeks and the underlying metal begins to rust. (For example, there are chromed steel appliances, upon which a discarded natural sponge turns brown in less than a few days.) These racks are also chromed, but underneath there is a massive, nickel-plated brass. Therefore, you can be assured that they will last. Most importantly, they do not rust. They are produced in Germany and Italy, with a copper amount of approximately 60%.