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Cleanser Rack

Add our Cleanser Rack to your lower cabinets to keep bottles of cleaners at the ready in the kitchen, bathroom or laundry room. It's easily installed inside a cabinet door or on the back of a door.

  • Made from vinyl-coated steel wire
  • Mounting screws included
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Cleanser Rack White

11-7/8" x 4-1/4" x 4-1/4" h

88110

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$3.99 ea

Cleanser Rack 4.3 5 11 11
hide and clean this rack is small but holds a ton neatly and clean . I use mine in the kitchen under the sink to keep all of my foil ,sandwich bags ect. in one spot. In the morning it serves as one stop prep place for preparing lunches . Great item I purchased a second for cleaning supplies. March 12, 2014
A must for underneath the sink! I love this cleanser rack. Now I don't have to dig underneath my sink cabinet for items I use every day such as dish detergent, Windex, cleanser, etc. February 22, 2014
Good shape, so-so screws included I like the size of this very much, it fits larger cleaning spray bottles etc. However the screws which come with it do not have very large heads and it is tricky to get them in the right place to hold this on properly. I opted on one side to find another screw on my own which would grip the rack better. November 25, 2013
Couldn't use it on my cabinets If you look at the picture, they have this thing mounted on my exact cabinet door! However, they don't show you that the screws would poke out the front because the panel in the door is super thin. It would be great if the rack was wide enough that the mounting screws went on the thicker frame section, but the rack is too small to reach. I had to return it :( August 24, 2013

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do i need a power drill to install?

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You will need a power drill to create a pilot hole for the screws to fit into.
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