I bought 1 to ensure the size would really be as listed - it was, and it fit just right under the kitchen sink and bathroom sink - so I bought 2 more! I put 1 under the kitchen sink, to hold various cleaning supplies that I couldn't fit into a bin I had already put under there, and then the other 2 under the bathroom sink for cleaning & other bathroom stuff (extra soap, other toiletries, etc.) that I couldn't fit in the rest of the tiny vanity we have... Before I put the organizers together, I sprayed them with spray urethane as extra precaution against rusting (not sure they needed it, but just in case). A really nice thing is that the items I put on them are no longer sitting directly on the bottoms of the undersink areas - so, in case there's a leak there, then I don't have dissolvable stuff like soaps, or metal cans of sprays and such, sitting at the level of a "flood"... yay! They went together well - it just took a bit of jiggling and practice to get used to where to set the black plastic "spacers" (as I call them), and how they fit together, to set the height of each shelf. The instructions did not really show this, but DO NOT put more than 1 set on each leg before you try to get a shelf on...! You MUST put the bottommost sets on each leg, and ONLY then put the bottommost shelf in place - then put the next sets on each leg and that next shelf - then the last sets on each leg and the last shelf...! Yes, I did do that wrongly, and had a major "Homer" moment...!!! :) Once you get used to how the "spacer" sets work, and how to get them to lock into place, then it's easy peasy to get the entire organizer set up. The hardest decision at that point was what exactly I was going to put on them so I could determine the shelf heights. A really nice plus about these is that the bottoms of the legs are adjustable - so, if you have an older house like I do, and nothing's entirely flat, you can adjust the heights of each leg separately so that the shelves sit level. GREAT PRODUCT!!! The only downside is that they don't come in any other sizes...! Love these!
I have three large kitchen drawers with 150 pound capacity, full extension Accuride slides. They were installed incorrectly by the cabinet manufacturer and never stayed closed the way they were supposed to. The Titus Soft Close adapters solved that but installation was not completely straight forward. The drawer slides had a rubber piece that was meant to hold the drawer in the closed position and the rubber piece had to be removed. Since the drawers are so heavy, I had to ensure the slides were as frictionless as possible by removing some of the factory grease and lubing with a light aerosol. The Titus Adapters have a built-in spacer for locating them above the slides that didn't work for me. I had to space them higher to clear a protrusion on top of the Accuride slides. My drawers have more clearance between the drawer and the cabinet than the Titus Adapters were made for. The easiest fix was too make a shim out of a wooden paint stirrer to go between the drawer and the short plastic drawer-mounted "catch". The screws that came with the Titus Adapters were too fat to use on the cabinet mounted soft close part. I had some smaller diameter screws on hand to use instead. The final result was exactly what I desired, drawers that close softly and fully with an easy push without replacing the slides. The drawers do require some extra effort to pull open for the first few inches. This is to overcome the resistance of the soft close mechanism while it is being "cocked" for the closing. I cannot attest to their longevity, they have only been in use for two weeks at this point.
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