Chrome Cookware Organizer
Not just for the kitchen.
I use this for my long jewelry storage cases. I put the rack upright so the racks are horizontal. The rubber feet need to be put on the front to prevent racks from slopping. Also make sure the one rack with the slight curve is on the bottom. This prevents the cases from sliding. It is easier for me to take the jewelry case out I need. I also label my cases. Beats having the cases stacked on top of each other.
June 1, 2014
Chrome Cookware Organizer to the rescue!
I keep my pots and pans in my cabinets and, prior to owning the Chrome Cookware Organizer, they were a total mess. I kept my cookware stacked to maximize space, but this made it difficult to get out certain pieces if they weren't near the top. It looked so disorganized! Not to mention the fact that stacking my cookware probably wasn't the best thing to do for the cookware themselves because stacking can lead to nicks and scratches on the cooking surfaces.
The Chrome Cookware Organizer saved my sanity and completely transformed my cabinets. My cookware are safely separated from each other and each individual piece is much easier to take out and put back in. I absolutely love this purchase and love how affordable it is. I most definitely recommend this to everyone!
May 25, 2014
I have not used this product horizontally so I don't know the sturdiness of it, but vertical it is not as sturdy as I thought it would be. One caveat to be aware of is that your pots and pans will slide around because there is no traction on the actual shelves of the product. Also, even though it includes a smaller shelf, most small pots, skillets that I have fall through the cracks.
May 4, 2014
Great Kitchen Organizer
Very sturdy and stable. I use mine in a drawer with sections for 3 sautÃ© pans and a section for cutting boards. Before this, all of my pans were stacked on top of each other, which was bad for the pans and annoying when cooking and cleaning up. Now everything is just a little bit easier, so I dread cooking dinner a little bit less...
May 1, 2014