aly c from new jersey
i use this quilt rack for my work clothes, i get them ready for the next day and the best part is i can put my shoes out for the next day becuase of the shelf on the bottom.
ValueShopper from Michigan
This is a sturdy product and looks pleasant. We were disappointed with the leaf sections, as they look a little cheap and poorly done. The item is sturdy and framed well, but the white wash could have been completed with a more high end product paint -- for the price. It is a bit pricey in value and for the overall finished product.
Me the shopper from Ellijay, GA
I use my rack to hang my bed spread at night and I use it to show my beautiful throw during the day. It is useful around the clock.
Captain Morgan from Baltimore, MD
This is used for hanging lab coats in the Quality Laboratory
p13anda from Troy,New York
Using in living room for boots, hat, gloves and coats
dondonsoy from Charleston, SC
I bought this for the office, but ended up using it in a bedroom for extra storage. It was easy to put together and gets the job done.
nobody's fool from Washington, DC
Product was just as described. Not fancy but gets the job done. Easy to put together. Great value for the money.
Cruffcrafts from Indiana, IN
I live in Indiana and every year my mother and I have a booth at the Riley Day Festival. I have been looking for this rack for years. It displays our products beautifully, saves space and light enough to carry around and easy to assemble. Thank You
Johnny V from Chicago, IL
Easy to move around with the wheels
G-wizzer from Allentown, PA
This is a valuable tool for Craft Show vendors, who would like to advertise near their tables, or for displays. It is sturdy, adjustable, and if necessary, small weights can be placed on the bottom. Banner can be used on one or both sides to max. customer viewing. The tool i used to put this thing together was a cheap rubber mallet. Put the pipe end onto the carpet and tap the plastic base down until you hear a solid thud sound. The same goes for the thin rods between the base supports. For the top rod, just put the ends on by hand, and then work them to fit over the adjustable side rods. It took me less than 5 minutes to assemble. The rubber mallet is the key to making all of the parts fit tight and equally in all of the components. I have not seen any problems with its construction. The wheels I do not use, and the only thing that I would have liked to see was an extra side clamp in the package. By the way, I bought 5 for inside and outside displays at the craft shows. Also, if your clothes slide to one side, try finding a 36"long x 1/2" wide rubber strip with adhesive backing, and put it on the top of the rod. (or make your own anti-slide strip with a similar section of leather and use double faced tape to hold it in place).