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Recent Customer Reviews in Pot Racks

  • Range Kleen 2-shelf Wall-mount Pot Rack

    Today $83.99 Compare $123.99 Save 32%

    Apr 26, 2015

    dyimaniac Rating:3.0

    Lovely, quality-looking piece. However.... when installed, it leans. The front hangs a bit lower that the back attached to the wall. This is not the result of hanging. I used anchors and my wall is level. It is snug against the wall. The product just droops in front and it definitely bothers me. It holds my pots, so I'm keeping it until I have time to rig it so it does not droop.

  • Steel Bookshelf-style Kitchen Rack

    Today $60.23 Compare $131.99 Save 54%

    Apr 23, 2015

    Tom Rating:5.0

    The instructions say to only to screw into studs...I used heavy duty toggle bolts instead. I have a ten piece 2mm copper and iron set hanging from it. Holds ALOT of weight. Not suggesting anyone to do this unless they really know what they are doing though. Check your hardware weight limits and you can really hang this anywhere.

  • Oval 24-hook Grid Hanging Pot Rack

    Today $115.95 Compare $204.05 Save 43%
    Solution for sagging center grid

    Dec 12, 2014

    Sue  from Northern California, Rating:5.0

    The solution to the sagging center grid is this: Of the 24 hooks there are two unique ones which each end in a 90 degree angle. These hold up the center grid in the middle. Hook each one over the rack's outer frame on each side midway down the length and then rest the center grid on them. Now it is held up by the side bolts and these two center hooks. I hung an 18x15 roasting pan, a 12" chef pan, and a 12" frying pan off the center grid and it doesn't budge nor sag. It's very sturdy. I have the 48" rack and hang 6 frying pans, 3 sauce pans, 1 stock pot, 1 roaster and its rack, plus 7 lids, 19 pieces in all. It looks beautiful and works exactly like I had hoped. We have a vaulted kitchen ceiling so we first hung two pieces of heavy duty chain, two different lengths, to accommodate the rise. It balanced perfectly. When I add/remove a pan the rack sways slightly because of the chains but that doesn't bother me at all and I thought it would because I am sensitive to movement like ...

  • Absolutely pleased!

    Dec 8, 2014

    imchiquita  from The Heartland of America, Rating:5.0

    LOVE it! Using L-brackets, Husband modified it so that the rack hangs from the inside of a small upper cabinet. The espresso-stain nearly matches the stain of our own kitchen cabinets, that I swear makes this thing look built-in. One of the two wood slats was slightly warped but not enough that it warranted a return-trip to Overstock. I have had this ceiling rack on my wish list for over a year, and I'm so pleased that I can cross this off my list.

  • Mar 19, 2015

    kinsey2 Rating:5.0

    These hooks are fantastic! The storage value never ends! Quality hooks!

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