When every little centimeter counts SUNNERSTA accessories come to the rescue with storage possibilities that keep things close at hand and your countertop free from clutter.
Helps free up space on your countertop while keeping cooking utensils close at hand.
Easy to attach to SUNNERSTA adjustable rack, rail or mini kitchen.
Can be used in high humidity areas.
Fits SUNNERSTA rail, utility cart and mini-kitchen.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Wipe clean with a water dampened soft cloth and a mild non-abrasive dish detergent or soap, if necessary.
We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.
Width: 4 3/4 "
Depth: 4 3/8 "
Height: 5 1/8 "
Volume: 25 oz
Width: 4 ¾ "
Height: 4 ¾ "
Length: 5 "
Weight: 3 oz
Great OrganizerJereLove these cups to hang on the rolling cart. Great to store a variety of craft supplies.5
An great productDALEAn great product5
Great for extra storageMelissaThe clip on the back of this bin is a little too narrow. It won’t attach to anything thicker than 1/4 inch or so. It would be nice to have holes in the bottom for drainage for silverware or for a hanging flower pot.3
Works with a hookSandiPlaced in my shower on a hook for a lil pop of storage. Works great on a peg board too.5
Fits the carts perfectlyMeredithI bought some carts to help organize my art supplies. Two of these fit side by side on each of the side bars of each of the cart ends. I now have 8 more areas to hold supplies one each of the carts. It’s so amazing!5
Sunnersta!CLARISSAThis product is amazing! We used it for legos. It allows us to sort them and have them up on the wall so they have more play space on the ground and can easily find the pieces they are looking for!5
A useful little container. AKimA useful little container. A hood size for many options . Easily washed.4
Love it!ErinLove it!5
Perfect sizeCINDYFor my rolling carts fits all my paint brushes5
I placed 2 of theseLYNETTEI placed 2 of these at each end of my long arm quilting machine to keep often used supplies close at hand.
They work great!5
Great product!TommyGreat product!5
These are great for T@b trailers.KIMI saw these in a friends trailer and thought I’d give them a try. I wasn’t sure if they would stay on the small wooden edge along the side. I bought two and they performed beautifully, so I bought three more.5
Love versatile quality well designedFRANCESCALove versatile quality well designed5
Nothing wrong with itKarenI bought this thinking that I would be able to put utensils in it but my utensils are top-heavy so it doesn't quite work for me. But for the container itself that's not its fault. It's just fine5
Great accessory for artists!MaryI'm a watercolor artist and use these verstatile containers to store brushes, pencils, and other art supplies. They hook over the sides of my rolling carts in my art studio for easy access and portability. I also attach two on my plein air French easel; one for painting water, the other, a handy brush holder.5
Very useful binsBrittonI have purchased these bins a few times now, one set hangs in my kitchen and hold utensils and the other hangs off of my RÅSKOG cart. They fit perfectly and hold pens and other items I may need when using the cart5
Great ideaKimThese fit perfectly on the edge of my Raskog cart, which I use to hold printmaking supplies. They are easy to remove and wash. I love them.5
Are use these on myGERALDINEAre use these on my rolling cart in my classroom for all kinds of supplies. Scissors, glue sticks, markers, pens, etc.5
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