Spice Rack, Three Tier, Natural MADE IN USA
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- Size: 16-1/2"W x 15"H x 3"D
- Holds spice jars up to 1-7/8" deep
- Has a fine clear natural finish
- Made in the USA from Northern Hardwoods
- Wall mounts with hidden keyhole slots for invisible mounting
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This three tier spice rack holds spice containers up to 1-7/8" deep. This versatile product can be easily and invisibly mounted on the wall or can sit on a countertop to fit your convenience so your spices are always within reach while cooking. Finely crafted in the USA using high-quality materials, this product is designed to last. Mounting hardware is included with your purchase.
Top Customer Reviews
Great size, too- holds a lot of bottles.
Overall, I'm glad that I have this and would buy again if I needed more space.
However, two things really irritate me (which resulted in my 3-star rating):
1. The back of the rack has two machined slots so that after you hang two screws on the wall, you slide the screw heads into the machined slots and voila- in theory. But it took me 3 attempts and 6 holes in my wall to get the screw spacing right on the wall. After my second attempt, I realized that my difficulties were due in part to the slots not being "centered" on the back of rack. Eventually, I created a paper template of the slots, then used that to get the screws into the wall. If you do that, you should be fine. There were no installation instructions with the rack, but I really think that the company should be providing a paper template to help installation.
2. The bottom of each tier is not a flat piece of wood but consists of 3 dowels with spaces in between. The front-most and middle dowels are poorly positioned so that when a bottle is inserted at an angle (bottom edge first) to set it on the shelf, the front edge of bottle bottom slips into the space between the front dowels and the bottle will rest leaning towards you. Then you have to intentionally pull the bottom of the bottle back towards you in order to get the bottle to set flat. It's like the designers of this product created it by dimension but never did product testing. I have an older spice rack that has a flat wood slat as the bottom of each tier, so I can insert the bottle at an angle (bottom first) and just let it go- it always stands up straight.
It comes with two long screws and no drywall anchors, so be prepared with a studfinder. I was not impressed that the slots for the screws were not symmetric-- be sure to measure both.
Also, the bar that holds the bottles in place is the perfect height to obscure the names on the little two-inch-high McCormick spice bottles.