VARIERA Pull-out container, white

£10

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A clever way to store smaller items under the sink or inside your cleaning cabinet. The container pulls out so you can easily see and reach everything - and keep track of sponges and rubber gloves.

Article Number402.417.95

Product details

This container helps you make efficient use of space inside your cabinets.

Keeps smaller things like sponges and brushes organised and gathered in one place.

Pulls out for easy reach and good overview.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article Number402.417.95
  • May be completed with UTRUSTA cleaning interior to create smart storage for cleaning supplies inside a high cabinet.

    May be completed with VARIERA/USTRUSTA waste sorting for cabinet.

    To be mounted in the pre-drilled holes inside your kitchen cabinet.

  • Container:

    Polypropylene plastic

    Guide rail:

    Acetal plastic

    Partition:

    Polypropylene plastic, Polyamide plastic

    Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in a mild cleaner.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

Measurements

Width: 15 cm

Depth: 55 cm

Height: 11 cm

  • VARIERA
    Pull-out containerArticle no.402.417.95

    Width: 15 cm

    Height: 11 cm

    Length: 55 cm

    Weight: 0.71 kg

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.1(8)
Variera storageVerified BuyerSuch a great idea i have a small kitchen so ideal space saving item5
BigVerified BuyerIt is a bit big but manage to fit it in4
Does not fit conventional kitchen cupboard depth!Verified BuyerRemember to measure the depth of your kitchen cupboards. If not idea they will probably not fit!!1
Jackie186Good idea but too long for my kitchen cupboards so had to return them4
Great use of wasted spaceTried6namesalreadyI think this is intended to be attached to the side walls if units but I have 8 of them attached to the doors of my boiler cupboard and another tall cupboard which is deeper than the shelves inside. I have a whole range if lightweight items tucked away in what woukd have been wasted space.5
CaravansKev2019We bought two of these for inside the cupboards in our caravan. Brilliant idea! We have posted & recommend it to others who have done the same5
Pullout carrierGrandpa HogNot bad value but doesn’t pull out at enought for my needs4
BrilliantPammyTGreat replacement for wire baskets in our caravan - so good we bought a second one!5

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