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Corner Garden Tool Rack
from Salt Lake City, Utah
About Me Budget Shopper
Comments about Corner Garden Tool Rack:
LightweightEasy to assembleHols lots of tools
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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DO NOT BUY!
from Wilmington DE
Would not stay together, Falls over when rakes, broom, shovels are added to rack
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
For the cost, this organizer is good
from East Texas
About Me Midrange Shopper
I have it in garage near back door to store brooms, mops, cleaning items. It is a good space saver & much better than standing them up or hanging them on wall.
I like the product.
Great Space Saver
By Ray, the craftsman
from Sterling, Virginia
I bought two of these items. One for the front corner of garage and one for front corner of tool shed. Quick and easy access to tools when place in front. Noted I had to brace the item to wall to keep it from falling forward.
We live in a condo with a small but very enjoyable garden and it has always been a challenge to store big bulky items like shovels and rakes, even a broom. The toolrack fits in the same corner we were storing all those items and it fit perfectly and everything looks great. We even store an outdoor umbrella in it so it looks very festive. We did have to put a small cinder block in front of it for counterbalance, but on a flat hard surface it wouldn't be needed.
from Jackson, MS
It's plastic, flimsy, and fell apart when I barely touched it.
Not for Porch
from Cincinnati OH
I had originally thought I would put this on my porch in the corner, it will not support the weight of the tools. Strong winds come along and down it goes. Not for outdoor use. I would recommend to a friend, but with reservations.
Corner garden tool rack
from Farmington, MI
I was suppose to get some kind of hardware to secure the rack to the wall of the garage. I did not get that. I think [$] is to expensive for 2 shelves and 3 legs. I can get a 5 shelf unit for $24.99. Howabout discounting it to either 10.99 or 12.99.
from Carolina, PR
Rack can be taller to add stability. Item is not free-standing when tools are added. Needs to be anchored to wall in both ends to avoid tipping forward when tools are added. Rack should include anchoring accessories.I was able to place several garden tools, brooms, and pipes in it, saving a lot of space and eliminating hazards.