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from Hot Springs, AR
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Under Shelf Wire Basket:
Disappointed in the quality of this product. Wire slid on shelf on one side but was narrower on the other side and would not fit onto shelf. Flimsy so that it sagged in the back.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from Hawley, PA
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Haines City, FL
I hung two of these in pantry to have a space for small pkgs of gravy seasonings, dry soup etc. Too flimsy and when you slide it forward it will come too far and dump everything to the floor. Also no back on it which I had not noticed so when you slide it back in out the back things fly. I solved it somewhat by cutting a strip of foam to create a back to the shelf so at least nothing falls out from behind. Would not buy again.
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By Rara avis
from Charlotte, NC
This product makes good use of space normally vacant and unused.
Local price cheaper
from MI, FL
About Me Budget Shopper
I like the saving of storage space, but I saw it locally a little cheaper. No shipping charge.
from Phoenix, AZ
Although the wire baskets were a little too long for my new kitchen cabinets, I placed mine on the bathroom closet shelves which were deep and wide enough.
Very Handy for my use!!
from Durham, NC
I never seem to have enough space to organize and store all of the things I have to deal with. These help use space otherwise wasted.
from Northern Michigan
I may buy more. When I got it, I saw where I could use this rack in other areas in the house!
Keeps lids where I can find them
from Hamilton, OH
I use this in my Tupperware and other plastic ware cabinet. It was always a challenge finding the right lid for a container or stacking containers that have the lids on. Now I keep the lids in the basket (rounds on one side, squares on the other) and the containers stack neatly and compactly underneath. Great solution!
from houston, tx
love it. I'm thinking of getting more