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Don't Waste your Time or Money
By Helen the Shopper
from Temecula, CA
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Kitchen Wrap Organizer & Freezer Organizer:
The item doesn't accommodate six boxes of kitchen wrap, foil, etc. The boxes get stuck and/or fall through the slots. It is not sturdy and falls over quite easily. I purchased 2 of these contraptions that cost me $13.98 +. Returning the warp stackers cost me some $11.35. Not a wise decision to buy.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from Savannah, GA
I have 3 of these and they are very useful in keeping your pantry organized with rolls of foil or saran wrap, and even boxes of zip lock bags such as sandwich or snack bags. I have used small white cable ties and have them linked together for very long rolls of aluminum foil. Put two of them together lengthwise and cable tie. Works great!
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
I love it
from Spokane, Wa
All my kitchen paper products, ie tin foil, plastic wrap all organized.
By Linda in KY
from Louisville, KY
The wire shelves that are supposed to hold the wrap boxes on the top two levels are too narrow to hold most standard size boxes. This leaves a big gap between them. The boxes fell off each shelf and through the gap instead of sitting on them. I solved the problem by attaching three strips of heavey duty tape from one shelf across to the other filling in the gap and giving the boxes something to sit on. It works fine now that I've fixed it but whoever makes this organizer needs to make the shelves wider with little or no gap between them or just eliminate the two separate shelves altogether and use one large flat shelf. The customer should not have to jerryrig a product just to make it work as advertised.
from buffalo ny
About Me Budget Shopper
use it for foil wrap and saran wrap takes less space and keeps every thing neat
Does what it's supposed to do.
from Henryville, PA
It works as it should, but it came with both side rails bent. I bent them back into postion, it's all good now. I just hope this wasn't the norm for this company. If the item is damaged then they shouldn't ship it. Other then that, it works fine.
This product solved my problem. Thanks
By Grandma J
from Osseo, MI
This product keeps my foil,plastic wrap,sandwich bags,etc well organized. Before I purchased it my things were always falling off the shelf into the back of the cabinet. The cabinet is a corner one with the lazy susan shelves. I was always on my knees reaching into the back of the cabinet retrieving my things. This stacker solved my problem.
A Stacker in Time saved a lot of mess,
By John Casey
This product was right in the nick of time. My wife had just moved all the boxes of Saran Wrap,waxed paper etc out of the drawer she kept them in and them piled on a cabinet just as they are pictured in the catalog. Only she had accumulated doubles of most of them.We ordered two stackers and stacked them.We fastened them together with electrical wire ties,Works great.My wife was very pleased.
My pantry looks so much neater!
By Dan and Barb
from Hollywood, FLA
I just wanted to "neaten" up the pantry and make finding each wrap easy and quick. Problem solved with this product. Thank you.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
By Love products that help organize
from La Habra, CA
This item is so simple, yet practical and such a space saver. Keeps all those wrap boxes neat, visable and ezly accessible on your kitchen shelf--esp. if you have a narrow one like I do. My mom bought one for me and one for herself years ago when I got my 1st apt. I've moved it w/me 3x and love it! Recently, a neighbor saw it and wanted one. I searched everywhere and could never find one again 'til I saw it in the Walter Drake catalog. My only issue is not about the product. It was reasonably priced, but WD not only charged S&H, but an extra $1.99 "processing fee". So, that doubled the total cost of the item, which is stupid. Processing fee? Really? Isn't that part of the S&H? Normally, I wouldn't have patronized WD as a result of the add'l fee, but I really wanted to get it for my neighbor so I caved and bought it anyway! She is happy, so that is worth it, but shame on WD!