Paper - Other Storage
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Thu Feb 21 00:00:00 MST 2013loogle Rating:5.0
This little chest of drawers holds paper work and various light weight items well. It looks better than the plastic bins I had been considering. A very useful little storage piece.
Fri Oct 25 00:00:00 MDT 2013samijack Rating:4.0
Has plenty of uses, I can hang coats to dog leashes and store keys and papers, love it
Sun Mar 27 00:00:00 MDT 2011lsimonsez Rating:5.0
EXACTLY WHAT I WANTED. PUT IT IN MY OFFICE TO HOLD LARGE POPCORN MACHINE. HOLDS POPCORN, OIL, SALT AND PAPER PRODUCTS ALL IN AN ATTRACTIVE CART AND EASY TO CLEAN AND MOVE AROUND.
Thu May 16 00:00:00 MDT 2013acelightning Rating:5.0
As I rebuild my house after Superstorm Sandy, I find I have less storage space than before. I needed a "pantry" type of cabinet that would fit in a narrow space by the door, and this matched the measurements. However, I didn't intend to use it for mops and brooms, and I wanted two more internal shelves. I phoned Prepac and asked if I could buy some, and at first I was told it would be expensive to ship them, because MDF is so heavy. I said I'd be willing to pay, and the helpful young woman on the phone put me on hold to go find out the cost. When she came back on the line, she said they'd just ship me two shelves, plus the relevant hardware, for free! That's a very rare attitude, and a wonderful surprise! It wasn't hard to put it together - pretty standard construction for this type of furniture. And now I have a place to keep canned goods, bulk foods like rice, and spare paper towels.
Sun Sep 04 00:00:00 MDT 2011giorgio5 Rating:1.0
Flimsy. Overpriced for what it really is. The product details calls it "engineered wood with high quality laminate"; its not! Its paper-thin laminate that easily scratches to reveal the white mdf beneath; try with your nails. The alignment of parts is out of wack, you spoil the powdery mdf boards when you try to screw through it. There's not even a common-sense of way nailing the tension board (shear wall) in place, into the thickess of the boards below; it will rip the board when you miss the nail. In the end when you have managed to finish assembling it, the doors dont even align! I cant wait to throw it out, but i might keep it till funds replenish to but something else or till I move again. Simple pine wood planks with camlocks will be cheaper and superior!