|Item weight||8.27 Pounds|
|Fabric Type||30% cotton, 70% polyester|
|Is Assembly Required?||Yes|
|Number of Pieces||1|
Household Essentials Tilt-Out Laundry Sorter Cabinet with Shutter Front
- Smooth topped, two door cabinet sorter that holds 2+ loads of laundry
- Decorative, inset side panels and horizontally slatted (shutter) doors
- Wood knob handles
- Tilt out doors with stop for easy use
- Dimensions: 28.75h x 30w x 15d inch
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Household essentials' tilt-out laundry sorter cabinet with shutter front makes necessary extraordinary. Designed as a quality addition to your home, this furniture sorter attractively and discreetly hides your dirty laundry behind a clean white cabinet. The shutter front is a beautiful bit of detailing that makes the piece interesting. Tilt-Out doors optimize space and keep laundry day simple. The washable hamper liners fit over sturdy metal handles that rest on the hamper's built-in frame. Handles make it easy to lift out the hampers, as does the doors efficient tilt-out design. Make this piece a stylish addition to your home, and make laundry day less of a chore.
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This unit is perfect. Easy to assemble and easy to use.
CON: The 'sticks' on the side of the 'cloth' bins are bit finicky. They don't 'snap-in' or have any way to securely stay in their 'sockets'. They sometime come out with just a little jostle.
HOWEVER, if one is handy, one can find a way.
I drilled a hole in each end of the 'sticks' or rods and then drove a nail in each 'socket' and cut off the head.
I placed the rods in each of their respective sockets using the 'nails' as an 'anchor' to hold them in place.
NOW the rods stay in place and are easy to remove and replace.