Grookâ¿¢ Utility Holders
Ignore the template!
Instead of using my trusty "stick a pen through the holes to mark the spots on the wall" method, I chose to use the handy template they included. Don't use it!!! The template is about a half inch short, so I now have two extra, large holes in my wall. Thankfully, I had extra space and the holder covers them, but I am really unhappy about it. Having it secured solves the other problem - one of the ends kept coming off before mounting it - but I'm not happy about the quality.
June 15, 2015
Caution! DON'T USE TEMPLATE!!
This item "conveniently" comes with a template, and instructions tell you to hold it up to the wall, ensure it's level, tape it, and hammer through the four x's to mark the spots to drill. DON'T!!!!! The holes aren't correct in either direction. They're too far apart from each other, and they're too close together across the width of the item. Don't make the mistake I did and put four 1/4" holes in your wall WITH ANCHORS that are in the wrong place. I don't know why I trusted it without checking. But I don't know why the include it if it's wrong. How have they not gotten a million complaints?
May 15, 2015
It is sturdy. It is easy to use. It is made well. It is attractive.
April 24, 2015
I installed this rack along the back of a shallow broom closet to keep mops, brooms and dustpans off the bottom of the cabinet. It's study, versatile and holds a lot. My one quibble is that the rubber hooks are not sturdy enough to hold anything except dusters, aprons or anything very lightweight. I used them to hold a metal dustpan and they permanently bent downward. Otherwise, the unit is great.
March 10, 2015