I converted a bedroom into a walk-in closet so needed storage for my hanging clothes that did not involve attaching anything to the walls. These racks are a perfect storage solution at a good price. I deducted a star only because I wish there was a shelf in the middle - some of my items hang low and on the lower rod causing me to put hangers right through some of my sweaters. Just learned to be careful when placing hangers on the lower rod.
I got this and another wardrobe to use while in transition between homes. This one does not have wheels and is a little wiggly. I have it very full and it has worked well. It was easy to put together. The top and bottom are just cardboard so you can't really store anything there but the shelf above the rack is pressboard and you can put items on it. Overall I preferred the other one with wheels and the rack down the side but that hanging rack has crashed a couple of times. I've learned to be careful with it but I use both on a daily basis.
Works for me and my purpose, and I didn't want to $pend big buck$. For access to closet ends, I can now roll out my shoes and hanging clothes, go into my 80 inch wide 24 inch deep closet with bi-fold doors and reach lots o' stuff on my new end shelves! This trolley lets me store and reach much more stuff in that closet. Btw, I should use the name FibberMcgee for the chaos in my closets, but now retired, I am trying to learn closet storage basics. I, unlike Fibber, never let guests into my house. (Sorry for all you junior citizens out there, FibberMcgee and Molly was a 15 minute radio program in which Mcgee always opened his closet door in the presence of guests and disaster fell out upon him and them. It made quite a racket, led to his embarrassment and my laughing heart wandering off to dream land...)
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