Stock Your Home Large Rust-Free Durable Coated Steel Bakeware Organizer & Kitchen Cookware Rack for Dinnerware, Bakeware, Cookware, Cutting Boards, Pot & Pan Lids (White) - 2 Pack
Brand: Stock Your Home
STOCK YOUR HOME LARGE STEEL ORGANIZERS: The Stock Your Home large bakeware organizer rack is made of durable coated steel. The dimensions are 10-3/4" x 10-1/4" x 7-1/2" High.
MULTIPURPOSE USE: With 4 large slots to store cookie sheets, bakeware, cutting boards, serving trays, placemats, large plates, platters, pots, pans, and more. This multi-purpose houseware organizer can also be used to organize and store clothing, towels, bed linens, magazines, office and craft supplies, LP's, and more.
TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE: Get two large organizers to conveniently store your housewares instead of struggling to find space in the cabinets.
NO ASSEMBLY REQUIRED: This organizer rack comes pre-assembled and ready for use, so you can start storing and organizing your houseware, bakeware, and cookware immediately!
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Publisher: Stock Your Home
Details: The Stock Your Home Large Steel Bakeware Organizer Rack is made of durable coated steel. The dimensions are 10-3/4" x 10-1/4" x 7-1/2" high. Get two racks with 4 slots each to store: cookie sheets & bakeware, cutting boards, serving trays, placemats, large plates & platters, pots and pans, and more. This sturdy, multi-use home organizer can also be used to store clothing, towels and bed linens, magazines, office and craft supplies, LP's, and more. No assembly required.
You could attach with clips similar to what you would use for shelving. The bottom is two side by side pieces. By Jody L. Fleming on April 12, 2018
If you wanted to attach the base you could probably put a couple of screws to hold the rack. I did not attach mine to the cabinet. I just put my cookie sheets in the rack. when I do need to remove some thing from the rack, it stays in place. By Debbie on April 12, 2018
You might be able to screw them down with some type of clamp. I have my cookie sheets and cake and muffin pans on them. They don’t shift much when I pull something out because the weight of all the remaining baking items keep the rack from moving. By Kateebee on April 13, 2018
Design of the rack does not suggest it is intended to be secured to a base. I suppose you could contrive a way to attach it, for example, with staples? By Linda Floyd on April 12, 2018
The horizonal with is 11" at the base (out side measurement). And 7 1/2" at the bale ( inside of the bale ). Yes! It will hold square plates, as long as the plates are not under 7.50". By W. G. on December 9, 2016
The racks are separate. I ordered it for my kitchen lids but it did not hold them steady. It looks like it was made for the straight-edge cookery. I decided to use it for my office as a notebook organizer and it works great as it is very sturdy. By Learn1stx on June 23, 2016
They come separate. By Tiwohunter on June 22, 2016
They are all attached together. By Yank13 on June 22, 2016