Slide 'N' Stax Closet Organizer
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- Free-standing or hanging from ventilated shelves
- Includes three fold 'n' stax separators
- Made in the u.s.a.
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The Neatnix Slide 'N' Stax closet organizer provide clear, convenient storage for sweaters, shirts, pants, towels, sheets and more. These versatile organizers prevent stacked items from tipping over or sliding around. Each Slide 'N' Stax can be quickly converted to hang from a ventilated shelf for added folding space. Three Fold 'N' Stax multipurpose dividers are included. Made in the U.S.A.
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Got two in a package - broke the first one trying to punch out the proper holes. The folding process definately requires the directions - it went against intuition and felt a little like origami. But I was disappointed in that once I got the thing constructed, it was still flimsy (maybe due to it not being attached to a wire shelf?! but even so, it would only be attached in the front at the bottom). I intended that this hold folded sweaters like it shows in the picture but do not use bulky sweaters or more than a three because the angle on the side comprises the ability of the organizer to hold those sweaters in place. More or less, because I did not have the perfect jcrew sweaters in there, my attempt to use this thing was bust, and I even fold professionally (I used to work in retail)!
So, take home message, if you purchase this - read all instructions before attempting to assemble. Be very very very careful in punching out the holes in this thing, and even so, be prepared to perhaps lose one to the toughness of the prepunched plastic (do NOT use the included dowel for folding the front flat down for wire shelf attachment to punch out the holes, even if sorely tempted). Fold neatly and probably not fill this this thing to the top. Prepare to be not quite awed, but you should manage minimally satisfied. Honestly, unless you really do intend to hang these under a wire shelf, turning a plastic crate on one side would be easier, cheaper, and less involved.
Did not move this to my friend's new place - used the inverted plastic crates.