Are you curious about how your waste can become new resources? HÅLLBAR series helps you sort different materials into different bins – a simple action and the first step towards giving waste a new life.
Mount this pull-out frame inside your cabinet to hide your recycling behind a door. Easy to mount and use in cabinets throughout the home.
The pull-out frame gives you quick access and a good overview of your recycling and keeps your bin stable. Pull it out to sort and push it back when you are done.
In the kitchen, mount your recycling as close to the sink as possible since this is where most waste is produced and to avoid spills.
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HÅLLBARPull-out frame for recyclingArticle Number204.228.53
Width: 10 ¾ "
Height: 3 "
Length: 19 "
Weight: 6 lb 3 oz
VersstileKatherineWe put it under the sink and use it to hold the cat food.5
Good but not greatNicoleLove this product and would purchase again but the opening for the can is just a little too large which causes it to wobble around and be difficult to pull out from under the cabinet. I may have to find a wider can than the ikea one.4
Very sturdyANDREAGreat price and super easy to install5
This works great for ourKathyThis works great for our recycling. Would definitely recommend it.5
Great productJohn M.Great product5
Excellent made productDomusWe are an interior renovation company -
Using these garbage bins system - practical and strongly made
Specially in small areas !5
Another IKEA winLeahI absolutely love this product! It was the perfect solution for my recycling needs! Now my cabinet is neat, orderly, and clean. Installation was simple and straightforward. Another IKEA win.5
Great!JessicaI use it to recycle. I put it in one of my kitchen cabinets near the sink for easy access once I have cleaned out containers.5
Didn’t fitLauraLooked at measurements on box and still didn’t fit. The containers that grow with it are nice. They also don’t fit the corner cabinets or the 12 inch1
Alternate use for HallbarKATHLEENEven though this product is shown in IKEA stores for use with trash cans, I installed it under a sink as a roll-out shelf. Now, I can see all of my cleaning products and have access to them. Other roll-out shelves were much more expensive.5
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