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The rubbermaid 1780725 pantry organization small under shelf pull out drawer gives you storage room in your pantry you didn't know you had before. The pull out shelf attaches to the bottom of your wire or wooden shelf and provides you with a storage drawer in previously unused space. You can store small items like spices, packets or even linens in the drawer to make them easy to access without sacrificing other shelving space. The drawer is also long enough to fit bags and wraps. The drawer slides out and down for easy access and installs easily with 4 clips and screws.
Style Name: Small Drawer
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Fooled again. Last summer I bought a mailbox from Amazon labeled as "large country mail box". It would barely fit a rolled up news paper were I to get such a thing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eva B. Douglas
just wish there was a version with deeper tray. OH beware if you get these with the intention to mount under wood shelves instead of wire, the holes are there but you will have... Read morePublished 2 months ago by S Elaine Linser
Mounted below my IKEA computer desk at work
cons: doesn't come with screws, so minus one star.
I needed a small slide out drawer to hold a few utensils under my tabletop in my camper and it works perfect, just had to add a strap to hold it shut while travelingPublished 5 months ago by Jim
I know it said small but it's not worth the money it only holds 2 small rollsPublished 5 months ago by Cynthia Faser