Galvanized QBOÂ® Perforated Steel Cube Door
Cleans the boxes up quite well
The doors seem to be very durable and good quality. They are incredibly difficult to install, but I'm hoping that means they will stay on for life!
June 18, 2010
Takes some muscle
Like others have said, this product takes a little muscle to get right. The cubes and shelves are simple, but this part is much more difficult. We had four doors and the first two really frustrated me, but then I put on some gloves and attacked the last two with purpose and they went much easier.
September 25, 2010
Private yet attractive
Love it. We were worried that it would let too much dust in (life in a NYC apt is somehow dust-filled no matter how often you clean) but it hasn't been too bad and we've owned these for years. The whole QBO system isn't cheap but is very much worth it in our opinion. The doors are not industrial strength but we've had no dents or major blemishes or incidents with the door. They do arrive filthy for some reason (all the QBO steel stuff does generally) but otherwise we have no complaints.
April 3, 2013
My poor hands
Oh my, getting this thing installed was a huge pain, literally. You have to have some serious hand strength to finagle the steel rod/wire thing into the appropriate holes. I have scrapes and bruises from installing just ONE of these doors. Hopefully this means that the door will never come off the frame unless I really (REALLY) want it to, but I dread the possibility of ever deciding that I want the door facing the other way, or in a different cube. I might need to get a helmet if that situation arises.
July 3, 2010