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I have a moen hand hand held bathroom shower arm sprayer and head. I am in need of the suction cup piece that holds the arm to the shower wall. Where can I find that piece

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Most handheld showers use a hose to connect from the existing shower arm down to the hand held option.  Some units come with attachment points on the shower arm, but I believe that you are looking for a unit that has a hook that you can mount where ever is comfortable for you.

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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Make sure you clean and dry the wall that you are sticking the shower head to. It is OK for water to touch the exterior, but not the interior. Also, make sure there is no cracking or degradation of the suction cup. Also, this is posted in the wrong section.

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