(27 out of 48 people found this review helpful)Charlie Westwood from Mitchum, TN
Boltess shelving is the best because it allows you to pick from both the front
and the back. You can't do that with conventional shelving because the braces
get in the way.Was this Review Helpful to you?
(1 out of 3 people found this review helpful)AMANDA from RICHMOND, VA
I HAVE 2 OF THESE STARTER UNITS, AND WOULD LIKE TO SHARE MY OPINION. I OWN A
SMALL FABRIC STORE, AND USE THESE TO HOLD MISC. SCRAP MATERIAL. THEY ARE
SIMPLE TO ASSEMBLE, EASY TO ADJUST THE SHELVES AND LOOK NICE. I WASNT SURE HOW
MUCH QUALITY THERE WOULD BE BECAUSE THEY WERE LESS THAN ANY OTHER SHELVING I
COULD FIND. THANKS....AND I WILL BE BACK FOR MOREWas this Review Helpful to you?
(0 out of 1 people found this review helpful)Gary. N from IL
This is ideal where you need very clean industrial shelving. I store clothing
and paper product both on mine with great results. Paper is heavy and it
handles the loads just fine. Much sturdier than other wire shelving and most of
those don't use a coating. I've seen in stores around this area and I have
not seen anything I like better than mine. Was this Review Helpful to you?
(0 out of 2 people found this review helpful)David Kock from Rochester
I've used this shelving for many years. The biggest advantages of wire shelving
are that it dosn't rust, is easy to clean, dosn't collect dust, and dosn't need
any braces or nuts and bolts to put it together like most steel shelving does.
YOu get what you pay for here. Was this Review Helpful to you?
(0 out of 1 people found this review helpful)Paul Olson from SD
I found the coating used on this shelving to be very durable stuff.Was this Review Helpful to you?