The kitchen organizer is made of steel with a bronze coating and can support heavier pans, bakeware, and cutting boards. There is an organization for all bakeware. Their genius pull out cutting board, baking pan, and cookie sheet tray organizers make it easy to keep your bakeware and other items neatly organized in your kitchen. It takes under 30 minutes to install for the easy kitchen cabinet access you've always wanted. Keep baking sheets, cutting boards, cupcake trays, serving trays and other bakeware in check with this sliding kitchen cabinet organizers. No more searching for your supplies in your cabinet. You can see how easy it is to pick out what you need by sliding out the storage rack. The slide out of the kitchen cabinet tray organizing rack is smooth because it is manufactured with a ball bearing system. It's perfect for your kitchen, bathroom and pantry. This is great for you because you won't have to fight with an under the cabinet system that gets stuck, breaks or is too loud. The Pull Out Organizers for cookie sheet, cutting board, bakeware, and tray dimensions are easy to install and measure just 8.5” W x 21” D x 10.23” H. Their heavy-duty cutting board organize pull out shelves are assembled and installed with just a few simple screws so you can organize your cabinets in no time. It's designed for cabinet openings of 13 Inches and larger. There is a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Finding the perfect cabinet to pull out shelves and organize your items can be difficult. That's why they have a pull out cabinet organizer. They offer a 100% money back satisfaction guarantee if you are less than satisfied. It's that simple. There is a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Finding the perfect cabinet to pull out shelves and organize your items can be difficult. That's why they have a pull out cabinet organizer. They offer a 100% money back satisfaction guarantee if you are less than satisfied. It's that simple.
👤We had to build this up so that it would slide out over the bottom of the cabinet.
👤This is the widest pull-out organizers. It is heavy duty and has sturdy slides. Installation is easy with a template. The sides of the cabinet are not affected by it. There is a However. There are many problems. trays don't stay upright but lean over either way if the vertical supports are not in place. Thin trays slide around on the wires because they are slippery. I have had trays slide off the organizers to different areas. A better design would help. I tried wrapping the wire with tape, but it didn't help. I am going to try to put strips on the wires. We will see. I am going to try to put the floppy vertical supports in the top back. It might work, but it won't look great. I might have to put some tape between the dividers to keep trays in their column. There is a How could this be better? The wires could fit into two holes. The support wires could be wavy. I might make a tray holder out of wood. It is annoying. I am not happy with this. There is a I came up with a solution to the problems that seem to work, but it cost me $10 and looks silly when there is nothing on the shelves. The trays are in place. Look at photos.
👤I've been trying to find flimsy baking sheet racks for years. The baking sheet rack is the most sturdy one ever. Comes with a template to mark screw holes. It takes less than 5 minutes to install. It glides on its tracks and one can feel the strength of the rack when you roll it out. It's not made with flimsy castors, and can carry the largest and heaviest baking sheets and pans. I've been in several cutting boards and wire baking racks. No more worry!
👤I needed a slide out shelf that would allow me to access my cutting boards. The back screw popped out from two uses when I wrote this. I need to get bigger screws to fix that. The cutting boards slide back a little because there is not a high lip on the sliding shelf. The grate on the bottom makes it difficult for small cutting boards to slide through the shelf. To fit the small shelf in the cabinet, we had to use a hammer. It's a better use of space now. I'll take the benefit of having the cutting boards slide out, so that I can deal with them sliding off the back. The story is sturdy and the shelving is flexible. If you can do a project on your own, I recommend it. It's easy to install, but you should get some heavier flat head screws. This can be mounted to the bottom of the cabinet. I need this for cutting boards and I think it works for me, because it was listed for use with baking pans. I would buy it again if I needed another one. We're adding slide out shelves to the kitchen. If they made it in wood, that would have been my first choice as that would have matched my others, and then the bottom would be solid, this fitting all sized cutting boards.
Measures 7.3" x 11.5" x 6.4" Keep your kitchen organized. A tidy kitchen is a happy kitchen, that's why with their pan organizer, you'll be able to keep your pots and pans neatly organized at all times. It is possible to create a multi-patterned tile. The perfect accessory for your kitchen can be mounted vertically or horizontally. You can easily store skillets, pans, pots, griddles, dishes, trays and more. Construction of heavy duty structures. The strong metal makes it possible to hold even the heaviest cast iron pans. This rack is built to last and can handle anything. The entire organizers is 12.2” high, with three 2.5” slots and one 3.5” slot for your larger saucepan. Smaller pans and skillets can be stacked within one slot. Give the gift of reliability and convenience at any time of the year with this amazing pan organizers designed to create space in any kitchen for better living.
👤The pans should not fall out if the shelves tilt back a tiny bit. Poor design, very frustrating.
👤I have owned multilevel pan storage rack in the past, however this is by far the most solid and well made one I have ever seen. This one is over a quarter inch of solid steel and has a coating to protect your pans. The spacing between the levels is larger than average to accommodate a frying pan. It can be fastened down to the bottom of the cabinet so it doesn't move when you remove the pan. The bolts are included. This rack is not a fault of the product, but it is high and you need to be aware of that. You need 15 inches of vertical space in your cabinet to use the top level. I only have about 12 inches of vertical space because the cabinet I wanted to use has a fixed shelf. It's nice that the rack can be used horizontally. I had to pull the drawers out of one cabinet so that I could have room for my five most used frying pans in the space that one pan would have taken, and they are all right next to my stove. This product is well-made and priced right, so it is highly recommended.
👤I bought this rack to hold my iron skillets in my cabinet, so that I can easily access them without having to pull them all out. It's very sturdy, and currently holds 5 skillets for me, including 2 deep walled skillets, 2 9-10" skillets, and a 9" round cast iron griddle. The rack can either sit horizontally to insert skillets vertically, which takes up a larger footprint in the cabinet, or it can sit vertically and strong enough so that skillets will sit directly on each rack shelf. There is a I don't think the provided wall anchors would be strong enough to hold the rack in place when loaded with pans, since the rack is sitting in the bottom of my cabinet.
👤This item is great for stacking my cast iron collection.
👤I have this to store heavy cast iron and carbon steel pans. I only had it for a week, but it seems to fit the bill. When all the pans are on, there is a slight lean. It's still stable. There is a When it arrived, one of the inner rings was bent over. I was able to push it back in place.
👤With small cabinets, I have to pull out many items to get what I need, and with hand, I don't need to be doing that. I decided to try a countertop rack for the cast iron and daily use skillets. I called Cuisinel to inquire about the shelf's strength. The shelf should take the weight and if not return it. The top rack holds a 10.8 lbs Staub 4qt cast iron Dutch oven with no signs of bending. There are 4 non-cast iron skillets in the 2 remaining shelves and a Lodge 4qt combo cooker on the bottom rack.
The white color of the organizing unit meshes well with any room's color scheme. Their innovative and very special protective rubber coating has been designed for application to each divider, allowing you to insert and remove cookware and bakeware with ease while minimizing the risk of scratches. There are 8 Dividers. The GeekDigg kitchen pot rack is a great solution for storing all the pots and pans, saving you a lot of space in the kitchen. Make use of your cabinet space and countertops more efficient and you will be able to create a clean and tidy kitchen. Split into 2 individual Racks. You can use the pot rack as an expand or a separate two-piece organizer, both of which allow for the same levels of secure and convenient storage. Solid construction. The pot pans rack was finished with spray painting. The deeper U-shaped grooves give you more stability for holding your small and large pans or lids. The pan rack is supported by the 2 Anti-slip Pad. The design of the lid rack is secure and durable, so you don't need to mount it or install it. The design of the lid rack is secure and durable, so you don't need to mount it or install it.
👤Would not fit in my cabinet. Without pans, the height was okay. I was unable to slide my pans in. You need at least 4 - 5 inches of headspace in your cabinet to be able to store pans. The cabinets are not adjusted. The base raises the pans when they are inserted vertically. You need more height in your cabinet to pull pans in and out. I tried standing it upright with the base, but it wouldn't fit with my pans. The pans were too heavy. It was wobbly and the pans weighed each other down. It didn't work for my pans at all. If I had more space in the cabinets or pans, I might have kept them. It wouldn't work for my situation.
👤The pot organizer made a big difference in the space in my cabinet. I wasn't sure about it but it was easy to put it together, you just connect the 2 sliding pieces together and attach the hooks/bars to where you want them. You can adjust the size of the pan you want to use. I kept a lot of the old pots and pans I cleaned out. I was able to put up one shelf to one section of my cabinets with this organization. I only put my pans on mine, but it made room for my slow cooker in my cabinets and not in my pantry. I had to remove the foam shelf liner from my cabinet, but it works perfectly with regular shelf liner. I can grab what I need with it. Will definitely be ordering more when I get my new pans.
👤I was tired of the pots. The struggle taking them out. I wouldn't put pots away after washing because of the mess. I would organize them and think that someone else will mess it up. There is a I got these. I'm happy that I can get a pot out of its slot and put it back in. I'm using it as two separate things, one upright and one sideways inside the cabinet. There is a It's a relief. Taking pots out shouldn't be hard. This solved the problem.
👤This is what I needed. Baking jenga is no longer being played for a cookie sheet. This is by far my favorite organizational tool that I've purchased this year. Outstanding. The design is easy to assemble. Thank you!
👤The organizers was easy to assemble. I give up my Calphalon Space Savers because they are so heavy, but I cook a lot. I missed being able to save cabinet space by stacking. The organizers is even better. It allows me to get what I need without having to lift several things. The others are snug as bugs in rugs, but it doesn't fit my quart pot.
👤I enjoy the racks. When you install it, it can be adjusted to fit bigger pots. Installation is easy and straight forward. There is no need for tools. Instead of making it a long rack, I separated it into two horizontal racks. The racks are sturdy and so far have no issues with taking out the pot, pan, or lids.
There is a cookwareRACK. Flat cookware like cookie sheets, cake pans, grill mats, muffin pans, cutting boards, pie pans, and more are neatly stored in the Cookware Organizers. There are divisions of communal things. There are three wide spaces to accommodate a variety of cookware shapes and sizes. It is made of durable steel with a chrome finish. The bottom is open. The rack is perfect for drying cookware because of its wired design. The ideal size is 8.4" x 9.95" x 5.55", perfect for your kitchen counter.
👤It was too tall to fit in the cupboard space vertically, and the surface area was too small to balance any frying pan on it. I tried to put the non-stick frying pans on its side to keep them out of sight. The metal was scratching the non-stick surface around the pans. I tried to wrap the pans in a dishtowel to protect them before sliding them into their slot, but the dishtowel didn't stay put as I slid them in. I finally used packing material to make a sleeve for each pan, but it's still a pain. Can you please make a short set of shelves to hold non-stick frying pans that will fit on the bottom shelf of a standard kitchen cabinet? Stacking them directly one on top of the other damages the non-stick surface, layers dish towels or other protective materials in between makes it a hassle to get out or put away any pan that is not the top one on the pile.
👤The dividers don't need to be assembled. It takes up a lot of space when tins and baking sheets are tucked together, and the ease of keeping this system going helps maintain organization. I made another divider space by putting a gap between two of these.
👤A plan to have a rack for baking sheets. The asset I was looking for was proved by these. Will use them in a different location when the remodel is done.
👤Not packed well, banned from shipping. It was bent/dented. Does not sit on the counter in a straight line.
👤The product is the same as advertised. I will probably buy more.
👤Storage for cookie sheets is nice.
👤I had to keep several trays on my countertop. This fits the bill. It's easy to pull one out or return it.
Give the gift of reliability and convenience at any time of the year with this amazing pan organizers designed to create space in any kitchen for better living. It's a great pan organizer to save cabinet and countertop space. The metal construction has Classic Bronze paint. Use in kitchen cabinets, pantry, or kitchen counter. Stores pan, cutting board, bakeware, and serving trays. The dimensions are: W x 7.5'' D x 8.25'' H.
👤It is as strong as I had expected. There is a For the price paid, it solved that purpose.
👤I have mixed feelings about this product. I kept them but not for lids. I couldn't get my lid to fit because it was high up. It is also very light. I used it for all my cookie sheets. I love the ones that are adjusted for my lids.
👤The product is not strong enough to hold lightweight pot lids, even if I tried, and it is not worth the money spent. It is useless and only taking up more space in my cabinet which I was attempting to clear out.
👤It does its job but only works with certain tops. As the years go by, we buy a new set for big pots or just the one to replace one that isn't good anymore. If the top isn't long enough, they won't stay in place. We have a few small ones that didn't work, and some handles that were round and short, so they kept falling over. They have an edge at the end. We recommended it! Make sure you have a good space.
👤My cabinets are too short, so I'm not going to be able to use it. There isn't enough room to put the lids in or take them out of the rack. If I slid the whole thing in and out every time, it would work, but it would be easier to leave them loose. If you use it on the counter, it would work well. Prob uses it as a drying rack. I think that's correct.
👤The bend in the metal prevents handles from being put into your hand. Too much of a hassle to return is useless to me.
👤I used this rack on a shelf above our fridge. It's easy to remove the lids, and it's very stable. The depth and height are great. It's nice looking and bulky. I am happy I chose this one. I might buy another one.
👤The product was well-made but too small to hold small sauce pan lids and it only holds four large lids, but if the knob holder on the lid is a specific size, it can hold four large lids.
👤Can't ask for much more than that. It doesn't hold up the little lid for my pot. I put it in front of the rack. I like it because I can arrange it by size and grab the size I need without having to rearrange my house.
👤I have different sizes of lids. It's not easy to store them nicely in this thing. It's better to have them take up a lot of cupboard space. Getting them out of the holder creates chaos with other lids falling off.
👤I didn't like how the bottom part made it so there was an inch off the ground. I wanted it for cutting boards but it made it too high off the ground so they didn't fit in my cabinet. It's probably good for pot lids, but wasted space if used for cutting boards. I still like the concept.
No tools are required for one minute set-up. Save cabinet and countertop space with a pan/pot lid organizer. There are pot lids, thin pan, cutting board, bakeware, serving trays, and placemats. Sturdy and heavy duty construction, always in shape. Use in kitchen cabinets, pantry, or kitchen counter. No assembly is necessary. The dimensions are 4.3 x 11.9 x 4.1 inches and the slot width is 1.57". The slots are close together to hold normal pot lids. It's Versatile, it's good for plates, cutting boards, bakewares, cooling pots & pans, serving trays, and more. It's Versatile, it's good for plates, cutting boards, bakewares, cooling pots & pans, serving trays, and more.
👤It has two different lengths of spacing. You will need the larger ones. The photo should be used for an application. It is definitely worth the money.
👤Doesn't fit multiple sizes. The small lid didn't fit when I tried to use the last slot. It might be ok for a small lid. Also doesn't hold the lid in place. I have a drawer that is sliding. When pulling a drawer, the lid moves all over.
👤This is what it looks like. There are lots of slots. There are two identical pieces. Very happy with it. The items are kept off the ground by a second rod. I use one for cutting boards and another for pot lids. The base of the cabinet seems to hold both of them.
👤I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoy them. The storage capacity is great and they are sturdy. There are no more lids laying around. They are now organized and have more space for other items. I never knew what I needed.
👤This is wonderful. It is perfect for my cabinet and holds all but one. The handle is bigger than before. It's too tight to pull others out.
👤This is a great product. We've been looking for one for a while and this is what we need. Even though there are a few rackets, it doesn't hold as many lids as you'd think. If you don't have a lot of lids, the product is still very good.
👤A rack helps organize. The handles may cause the lids to not sit correctly. It's more difficult to retrieve lids if they are too thin or handles too big. Good for the price. There is no assembly required.
👤Muy buenos organizadores, lo nico molesto, tienes 9 espacios para 9 tapas de ollas.
It is easy to clean and dishwasher safe. Pans, platter, and cutting boards are not included in the lower cabinet or pantry. The additional Store More bakeware wire dividers are sold separately. One minute set-up, no tools required, and strong coated steel wires fit securely into base. The base should be placed on a flat surface. The wire divider should be put into an open slot on the base. The open slot on the opposite side of the base is where you can squeeze the other end of the divider. To lock in place, release. Place the dividers as necessary to fit your items. They recommend that the dividers be close to each other to keep them upright and easy to remove. The round pans stay centered in the base with soft non-slip feet. There is no installation or mounting required for this cabinet organizer. Measures 7.3" x 11.5" x 6.4"
👤I bought a second one after loving it so much. It works great for circular pans, 9x13 cake pans, heavier pans, jelly roll pans, awkward collapsible colanders, cutting boards, whatever you want. Non-skid feet are a big plus. I have a cabinet that I bought a year ago for my slim cabinet next to my oven, but if you have the space, you can get the YouCopia one. The metal dividers fit a bit better over the Copco, and it's nice to have the accommodation of circular pans/lids.
👤I don't know why I didn't do it earlier. The lid organizers are very good. If you stack the lids sideways and the drawer is long enough, you can use two in a drawer. The base is solid and has rubber on the bottom so it doesn't slide, and the wires are plastic coated so they don't scratch glass lids. The wire holders can be put in different spots on the base to make the lid gap different. I can put my oven mitt in the drawer, but I need the exact lid. I am very happy with this product.
👤I have a collection of Nordic Ware novelty baking pans that I use to make small cakes in the form of cars, bugs, cottages, maple leaves and so on. These pans can't be nested inside each other because they're all different shapes, they can't be stacked because they aren't flat, and they can't be stored in their original boxes because they come without a box. Their weight distribution is so skewed that standing them on edge and supporting them against each other is a precarious solution. I had to get all of them out of the open cardboard box in order to reach those at the back. It was not great. I realized I needed a rack, but not just any rack, because of the weird shapes of these pans. I needed something to adjust. I needed a bakeware rack for my pans and this is what I found. It was easy to set up. I took it out of the box and put a pan after each one so I could figure out where the next one would go. I can make the space fit the dimensions of the pan very closely because the holes for the spacers are close together. The wire and base are strong. The little non-skid feet on the bottom help keep the rack in place as I pull heavy pans out. There is a End result: My pans are neatly organized. They are easy to remove. My pans are held up by the wire spacers and stand straight up against each other. This rack is great for novelty bakeware. I ordered another one for my more conventional bakeware because I liked this storage rack so much. I put the pans together and put them in a slot on the rack to make use of the space. I am happy to report that this rack works well for conventional bakeware as well.
No installation is required; Made from durable plastic and steel wires. You can install the pan organizer according to the size of your pots and pans with the 8 tiered pan rack organizers. Even if your pot is big, it can fit into your pot organizers. This kitchen rack has 3 do it yourself methods. You can either install 8 tiers at both sides or just 4 tiers at one side. The pot rack can be placed in a variety of ways. It's up to you to lay it down or stand it. A kitchen counter organizer is perfect for kitchen organization and storage. How easy is it to install this pot organizer? A kid can install a pot holder in a few minutes. The box has all the essential parts of the pantry organize. Extra tools are not needed. This cookware organizer is made with heavy duty iron and black spray painting. It is very firm and elegant. Solid triangular design is more stable and less likely to fall. Pot lid rack is not easy to rust. While pot holder is being used as lid holder, the U shape grooves design with non- slip silicone pad of the pot lid rack is able to hold the pot lid in place. The load bearing is 9 LB. There may be an error of 1-2 cm and an error of 0.1-0.5 lbs. While pot holder is being used as lid holder, the U shape grooves design with non- slip silicone pad of the pot lid rack is able to hold the pot lid in place. The load bearing is 9 LB. There may be an error of 1-2 cm and an error of 0.1-0.5 lbs.
👤The kitchen is a disaster and I refuse to cook in it. The set up doesn't make sense because the cabinets are too small. There isn't much storage space and everything is a mess. It's been the last area to be conquered. Don't judge the pics, I am posting my shame for you. I had a few days off to figure out what to do, and then I started looking for a pan organizers. When I saw this piece of magic, I had something else in my cart. It arrived quickly, who doesn't have Prime? Just squeeze the brackets together and it pops out. If you want your pots to slide in and out perfect, you need to put the smaller feet closer to the bottom and have your pots ready to place as you build. I put the 2 bottom brackets first, put the wee bitty cabinet next to it, and tested my largest pans on the bottom to make sure it closed properly. I pulled it out, built it up, and put a couple on a few brackets. I have a dozen or so pans, weird, because I haven't seen more than 2 in a year. My pan disaster is over. I made dinner for the first time at home. If you are boycotting meals until your kitchen is renovated, you may not want to buy it.
👤I received this in the mail and spent some time on the kitchen floor trying to find a way to make it more than just a 6 pot lid holder. As I looked at the diagrams and pictures, it hit me that the instruction photos were just as bad as the diagrams. The unit is not safe to hold 2 heavy pans. The racks start to fall. I tried my Viking wear pots and Cuisinart and they wouldn't hold horizontal. In counting the slots on my unit, I found that it came with 18 slots, barely enough for a few frying pans and lids. There are about 30 slots in the advertisements and instructions. Did you get that one? I bought a standard unit, but the advertisements have more than that. Shame on you, seller. Two more pot rack organizers were delivered to me, but from a different seller, and for a third less cost. They are almost exactly the same in size, dimensions, number of racks, and cheap overseas made quality. The other two aren't any better than the other two and they were supposed to be able to hold large pots. The pot rack prices under $30 bucks are not solid. If you don't have enough space in your cupboards, this unit won't fit in all directions, only two, and that limits the kind and number of pots it can hold. I bought them and need to incorporate them into my cupboards. You don't have to. I would suggest a hard look at the dimensions, blow up the pictures and take a better look at the product, figure closely the space the unit will take up, and then accept you may have to pay above. I thought the unit would hold 4 pots vertically and the weight would kill the rack at 3 or less average size pots. You only get 18 or so slots, not the 30 pictured. Can't recommend anything here except to look for another product.
Spot clean for easy maintenance. Use the cookware rack to organize and securely hold cooking pots, saucepans, lids, cookie sheets, muffin tins and cutting boards, as well as reduce the risk ofcluttering the kitchen. MAXIMIZE SPACE. Use the rack vertically or horizontally to make the most of your kitchen space, upright on kitchen counter in base cabinets, under sink cabinets and inside pantry to make finding and grabbing the pan simple and easy, and mount to the side of the cabinet wall to hold recipe books. Functions and quotient: This item is great for keeping construction paper, notebooks, notepads, printer paper, books, and other items organized and easy to find, and it is also great for separating gift bags and tissue paper. Quality construction is made from sturdy steel wire with a rust-resistant coating, and plastic feet protect cabinets from scratches and damage, and easy care is wipe clean with a damp cloth. It's measures 7.3" x 10.19" x 8.55" high.
👤I bought this and the 5-slot mdesign style to make my cabinet more manageable. The style on the lower shelf is perfect for 2 inch tall pans and I have a small space behind my baby cupcake pans. The piece is thick and doesn't want to tip. Attach the plastic feet to the thicker metal on the edges of the base, parallel to the bars. If you have a narrow cabinet and pans that are higher than 1.5, you should get this.
👤I had some large art paper pads to store and I got one of these to hold them on a closet shelf. I put a stiff piece of binder's board on the bottom so the paper wouldn't depress into the wire base, and it worked. I bought two more. I like them. The finish is solid. I love them so much that I will probably want to get some for my kitchen and baking trays. The pad on the right is placed vertically because it would hit the closet door. Place and extension of your trays should be taken into account when purchasing to make sure they fit in your cupboard. There is a lot of paper in this one and it is Stable.
👤I'm happy with the racks. The space in between the 2 racks is visible in the photo. My shelves are plastic from Home Depot. The posts have a width between them of 32%. It's a good idea to have 3 rack with spaces in between for larger tins. I'll probably buy more for my stuff. I would recommend attaching the rack to the slats on the shelves with plastic ties to keep it from moving. Approx. the space between each support is. Two muffins pans fit together really well.
👤I tied them together and now have all my flat items organized and standing. I have a deep cabinet so I decided on two. The items that are rarely used are in the back, with screens and small baking sheets in the front. trays go across both It was perfect for us.
👤We couldn't find smaller cutting boards in the small cabinet by the stove. The cabinet is perfect because this was ordered to organize it. It's enough to hold cutting boards upright. The boards don't touch the bottom of the cabinets, which was getting scratched up, and it seems pretty durable. I would order other products to organize my kitchen.
👤I needed a way to efficiently store my cookie sheets, cutting boards and tall pans after a kitchen remodeling. This tool made that option possible. It's very sturdy and comes with rubber feet. It is too narrow for the deeper roasting pans, but the space on either side worked well for the wider pans.
👤We just renovated our kitchen and had to figure out how to organize it. The new narrow cabinet meant for baking sheets and cutting boards was too messy and noisy for my husband, who does all the cooking. I hear it all the time. The perfect solution is this rack. It is sturdy to hold up and divide the various items. Five stars would buy again.
It's Versatile, it's good for plates, cutting boards, bakewares, cooling pots & pans, serving trays, and more. It's easy to assemble in 3 ways,Horizontal on one side,Vertical on one side, andVertical on both sides; you can choose the method that's right for you. The design isAdjustable. The pots and pans divider is designed to be adjusted so that you can store different sizes of pots and pans, and the sizes and direction of the pan rack can be adjusted according to your needs. The pan organizer uses a deep U-shaped design that allows you to hold multiple heavy iron pots and pans while vertically using. The pot and pan organizer has 8 tiers, which allows you to store 8 and more stacked pots and pans, and it's compact, which saves you a lot of space in your kitchen cabinets. You don't have to worry about your kitchen being a mess and unable to find your cookware when you need it, because their pot rack will help keep your pots pans trays plates cookie sheets and cutting boards well organized and easy to reach.
👤You can use it in many different ways. This is how it worked for me and the size of my cabinets. They are very sturdy. I wouldn't put everything on one side because it would fall from the weight of the pans and that should be common knowledge. It was worth it.
👤I found this rack while looking for a solution for my pots and pans cabinet. It was easy to put together when it arrived in a flat box. I put the bottom 2 shelves on, placing my 2 heaviest pots on them, adding shelves as I went, and leaving enough space to slide them in and out with ease. I was surprised that they fit well with the lids. I would have ordered this sooner. The shelves have a non-slip coating and they don't tilt so you shouldn't have to worry about anything sliding off.
👤These work well. I ordered two sets of baking dishes because some of them are heavy. You can choose different shapes for specific pans with the assortment of pieces. I had plenty of room to store more pans, even though the tower piece is not that tall, because I have enough space over my oven that is high. If you don't use both sides like pictured, you will have too many racks to use. I positioned mine against the side of the cabinet so I could only use one side, as using both would have made the tower in the middle impossible. I was not sure what to do with the leftovers. It would have been nice to be able to use all of the pieces without using the other side.
👤Good idea, but not much in practice. The only way it could fit in my cabinet was to take the whole thing out to reach the pans in the back side. The unit wouldn't fit on the other side. There were no instructions to remove the packaging. Returned this.
👤I was not sure about the reviews I read. I could always send it back. Its awesome! I can use the small shelf we all have deep in there and there is room for things I barely use and room on each side for what I want. I love it! I might get one for the cookie sheets in the other cabinet.
👤It is wobbly trying to distribute the weight evenly. The main part is bent. I have a standard pot/pan set. I can only stack a few items due to their height. The picture is not accurate.
👤I am not known for being organized or tidy but this product is helping to change that. I tried to put together something that worked for me, but I found a corner wire shelf that was easy to get to, and a lid holder that made it easy to put things in. I had to use a double cabinet and the handles of the pans may need to be turned away from the opening, which may make it a little more difficult to remove them. I have a vacation home with a lot of smaller cabinets and I want to use one half of the product but set it in a vertical position to fit. I will post a picture there when I get to that.
It's easy to care, just wipe down with a damp cloth and towel to remove dirt from the steel. The long-term use of the pot cover frame will be affected by soaking it in water for a long time. You should organize your cabinets. Keep your cabinets orderly by securing dishes, bakeware, pots, pans, and lids in the organizers. The rungs on the cookware and dish rack make it easy to grab the skillet or lid that you need without disrupting the stack. Storage spaces for your kitchen dishes can be created by 9 vertical rungs. The sleek, geometric design and modern finish add style to your kitchen organization system. If you want to add a unique touch to your kitchen décor, display your decorative dishware on countertops. Vertical storage space can be used to save space in cabinets. Stack pots, pans, lids, muffin tins, cake pans, cookie sheets, and more on the short end of the organizers. It's easy to grab what you need to make dinner or whip up a bunch of cookies without moving pots or baking sheets. Easy care. To clean, wipe down with a damp cloth. As needed, wipe down the steel to remove dirt. The dimensions are 4.5" L X 13.5" W X 4.25" H.
👤2” between rungs is what the description says. It could be 1.25. I buy this to hold the boards after oil treatments. I had to push it in.
👤It works as expected. I had hoped the weight of the items would help to keep them out of the cabinet. It would be great if there were some feet that could hold it in place.
👤I need this to hold my pots. I was able to fit 8 lids in the organizers. They stack nicely and are not falling out. The organizers is a good value.
👤I have to store my large baking pans and cutting boards in a custom cupboard in my new home because it's not the same as the one I had before. I tried this. I love it! The cabinet above my refrigerator holds my intended items and a large glass pan. Love it.
👤I use this to organize my baking sheets. It looks nice, doesn't move around, fits in my cabinet perfectly, and allows me to find what I need without having to move everything. There are 8 slots in mine. I recommend.
👤It took me a while to figure out the best way to organize my lids, but I'm happy with how it works. It holds at least six. A good space saver.
👤It works perfectly, I bought it to organize my cutting boards and cookie sheets. I can fit two cutting boards in one spot.
👤Well made and sturdy. It works well in the kitchen. I love it!
👤A washing up rack can be used on a drying mat. It's simplicity is what I like about it compared to the large dish rack that are available. The worktop is looking clean.
👤I got this for all my lids because I organized my pots and pans with another organizer. It's perfect, it fits and it keeps them in line. I used to have them all piled in a big bowl, but now they are visible and I can grab what I need when cooking. It's sturdy and nice for the price.
👤I love these. There is a I've bought a lot of them. They are sturdy and good quality. I use them to store my wet oil painting panel, my finished and dried unframed panels, and my supply of unused panels. I have panels that are as large as 20. Bigger panels would be fine in them. It's easy to see all the items and pull them out. I keep everything neat and safe in my studio.
👤I decided to try a rack after buying a new pot set. I was worried that there wasn't enough space for the handles, but they fit perfectly. It's much easier to get out a lid. I put it in a cabinet. It's easy to slide a lid out.
👤It works as desired but is cheap. The quality control is poor because the bars are not square with the base frame. I don't think it was worth it. The slot spaces are very small. You won't be able to fit a deep pan in here. It was made in China.
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