STUK Box with compartments, white,

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STUK Box with compartments, blue-grey, 20x34x10 cm
STUK Box with compartments, white, 20x34x10 cm

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Have one box for socks, another for training gear or folded sweaters. These boxes divide your storage and make good use of space. Use with other STUK products for complete control of your storage spaces.

Article Number404.744.26

Product details

Helps you to store and organise small things in your wardrobe or chest of drawers.

The label holder helps you to organise and find your things.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article Number404.744.26
  • May be combined with other storage in the STUK series.

    Fits PLATSA wardrobes.

  • Fabric:

    100% polyester (min. 90% recycled)

    Insert:

    Polypropylene plastic

    Do not wash.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dryclean.

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

Measurements

Width: 20 cm

Depth: 34 cm

Height: 10 cm

  • STUK
    Box with compartmentsArticle no404.744.26

    Width: 17 cm

    Height: 3 cm

    Length: 21 cm

    Weight: 0.17 kg

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.7(65)
Love it 🔥REVANLove it 🔥5
Love the lay out ofKateLove the lay out of my drawers now5
Serves my purposeGhulamServes my purpose3
Drawer organiser.ElaineWish it fitted the drawers.3
Drawer organiserSallyWe have now cleaned up childrens drawers and can now find everything with much more ease5
PerfectHeleneThis storage box was easy to assemble and fits the bill in my walk in wardrobe.5
StukJo-AnneToo big for my use but good product4
Just normalGanzorigJust normal3
Brilliant DividersTraceyBeing able to see these dividers set up in Store, made it easy to design my draws5
STUKLILIANGood product!4
Great size for drawers &AlisonGreat size for drawers & sorting out smaller items of clothing 👍5
STUKkarenGood design5
Neat and tidyMia P.I work in the mines and use these great little products onsite in my room to organise my clothes and other knick knacks. Perfect as they flatten when it's time to pack up and go too.5
Could Be More SturdyDanielCould Be More Sturdy4
No good, didn’t fitOrsaNo good, didn’t fit2
Just what I neededKatjaEasy to “put” together and just what I needed to tidy the wardrobe.5
RecommendedLizaRecommended5
Great storage itemGlendaBought these for storage in our caravan closet cupboards. Perfect get, light & sturdy.5
STUKIndayaniVEry good to organize and make my drawer tidier5
OrganiserDeborahPerfect for organising craft supplies5
STUK Box with compartments, white, 20x34x10 cm

Our take on polyester

Polyester is a durable, wrinkle-resistant and easy-care material that is ideal for many home furnishing products like rugs, pillows, quilts and cushions. The downside to virgin polyester is that it is made from oil, coal or natural gas. This means that when we use virgin polyester, we are exhausting the planet’s natural resources. Our response to this, is to replace all virgin polyester with recycled in our products. In 2020, we achieved the milestone of replacing 79% of the virgin polyester used in IKEA textile products and will accelerate the transformation towards the aim of only using recycled polyester throughout the product range where polyester is used.

Virgin vs recycled polyester

Originally, all polyester was made from oil-based raw materials which are not renewable but we are switching to only using recycled polyester. The good thing is that polyester can be recycled over and over, without negatively affecting the quality of our products. When we make products from recycled polyester, we give a second life to material that is not biodegradable and reduce the amount that may otherwise end up in landfill or the ocean. Instead, PET and other sources of polyester are used to make textiles, storage boxes, kitchen fronts and even lamps. Recycled polyester is just as good as virgin polyester in terms of looks, quality and function, and produces about 50% less in CO2 emissions. And the material is just as clean and safe in every way.

Some challenges with recycled polyester

Recycled polyester makes us less dependent on oil. The amount we convert, is equal to the amount of virgin fossil fuel we eliminate from our polyester raw material (this excludes potential dyeing and other post recycled polyester production treatments). With some exceptions, the challenge is not the conversion of polyester into recycled itself, but to make it available to everyone by keeping it affordable. Buying low environmental impact products often comes with a higher price tag. We want to change that by working to make recycled polyester products more affordable and accessible to the many people.

Only recycled polyester

IKEA is committed to end the dependency on virgin fossil materials and only use renewable or recycled materials by 2030. We are accelerating this movement for polyester in our range and aim to replace all virgin polyester in our textile products with recycled. In 2020, IKEA replaced 79% of the virgin polyester used in IKEA textile products with recycled polyester. In volume, this means we converted 130,000 metric tonnes of recycled polyester, and saved 200,000 tonnes of virign polyester. We haven’t reached our 100% goal yet, but we have come far and overcome many obstacles on the way. These volumes make us a leader in converting to recycled polyester and we hope that our decisions can inspire and motivate whole industries to change.

Responsible sourcing

At IKEA, we demand that all recycled polyester used in IKEA products shall come from recyclers that are compliant with the Global Recycled Standard and traceability is secured to the IKEA product through requirements toward the IKEA Suppliers. By only using recycled polyester that meets the Global Recycled Standards we manage to secure social, environmental and chemical practices at the recycler’s production. We believe that the GRS standard is the best standard on the market today. We work with our partners and textile organisations such as Textile Exchange to further improve standards on recycled materials, including traceability of material beyond the recycling units.

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