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Rev-A-Shelf - 6572-11-11-52 - 11 in. White Polymer Tip Out Sink Front Trays and Hinges
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- (1) White open tray, (1) White accessory tray with ring holder, (2) pair of hinges and mounting hardware
- Self-Holding hinges
- Image shown is of 14" model. Actual unit is 11".
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a nice feature for your kitchen. I put them in because someone knocked off one of the false-fronts below the sink in my kitchen. If you have an open rectangle, installing them is reasonable but I would not recommend for anyone who has no previous 'handy-man' experience. Having a nice collection of bad words handy, is helpful. I had further complications than someone who is starting out with a nice open rectangular holes. I'll describe the process, in case anyone else has the same situation.
Installation, for my sink, was not easy because there were blocks behind them (used to have 'something' to nail the false front's too, rather than installing them correctly with screw-down clamps). So I first had to knock out or cut out the scrap blocks. I used one of those cheap buzz cutters ($35 at Harbor Freight). Loud as hell but it cuts 'directly' into the corners; no pilot holes required. AND it was like slicing butter (well, that's both a hyperbole and an an analogy but you get it).
Next put the hinges on the cabinet.
For each false front, set spacers on top of the door underneath (Use something that represents the gap you want), set the false front on the spacers (lining up the edges with the door) and have 'someone' hold it in place, open the other door, and reach in with a pencil and draw as much as you can of the outline of the rectangular space on the BACK of the false front. Get it? Now you have a rectangle drawn on the back of your false front. NEXT, reach in and press the hinge against the door (this is why you need that 'someone' to hold the false front) and mark the holes with the pencil. Also, draw an ARROW on the back, showing which way is up.Read more ›
The instructions are simple and easy enough to follow. Medium level of handyman skill is desirable, this is not too challenging. I found that unlike many other projects, you should fully tighten the first of screws when installing the hinges. I used a ratchet set fitted with a phillips head bit to get the needed twist onto the screws in the relatively tight spaces, and that worked well. I suggest caution if you apply power tools, the screws can quickly strip, even with a hand screwdriver. Predrilling is really required to do this project. Also, you DON'T need to fully tighten the tray to the faceplate. You can leave it loose enough to remove and be able to better clean it when desired, yet still tight enough to keep your items secure.
I bought these from Lowe's for about $15, and was surprised to find TWO Sets of Hinges inside. I had been looking to buy the hinges themselves, and create a custom shelf with something. But the double set of hinges makes this a good buy.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like the product fine--the hinges and plastic holders work fine and are good quality. It was a little bit of a chore to install. Read morePublished 12 hours ago by Mr. T
Cant open one handed if the drawer cover extends across the whole sink. Im not sure about the two part as shown in the picture. Sturdy hinges though!Published 2 days ago by C. Smith
These work great to hide the sink stoppers and sponges. Even has a holder for my wedding rings.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent for the price! and easy to install wish i know about this a long time ago!Published 10 days ago by Wayne J. Narcisse
One of the best things I've added to the kitchen. No more ugly sponges sitting around or stuffed in a sink basket that won't stay in place. Plus, storage for extras. Read morePublished 12 days ago by XBOY2000
This thing is life changing! Though pricey and challenging to install with sink in place it's worth every cent in the end. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Bern
The trays work well. The install was easy as long as you think it through before jumping in without a plan. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Tad Calahan
As others have said, the screws are junky. I had two of the heads shear off while trying to assemble it using a regular (non-power) screwdriver. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Don W
If you have the arm and hand size of a toddler, with the forearm strength of a grown athlete, you shouldn't have a problem. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Joey Tant