SUNNERSTARail with 4 hooks and 2 containersArticle Number404.545.60
Width: 5 ½ "
Height: 5 ¼ "
Length: 23 ¾ "
Weight: 1 lb 1 oz
Good/useful productMaria C.Good/useful product5
Awesome product.KyleBeautiful and great quality for the cost. We used the hooks for a place for my girlfriend to hang her purse by the bed, and we used one of the hanging storage containers for vines and the other for storage of tiny things! Perfect for what we wanted5
I thought it went onCateryI thought it went on the peg board but it doesn’t 🤦🏻♀️3
Great for hanging plants onDebbyGreat for hanging plants on our outdoor lattes.5
Love ityusimiVery versatile and functional5
Multi useGIPSEL L.I used it for my small plants, keeps them out of my toddlers reach and saves counter space5
HandyMIRNAHandy must be wash daily3
We use this for lego's.CLARISSAWe use this for lego's. It allows us to give the kids more space on the ground to play and to sort them with more detail so they can find things faster and have fun building5
Love itALINAAll my kitchen stuff5
PerfectKyandraIt was perfect for my daughters headbands. I bought extra hooks and it looks great5
Well is goodANAHILike it but still don’t get it3
Works as AdvertiseRIGOBERTOWorks as Advertise5
Getting organizedDONNAHung it in my sewing and crafts area of the laundry room. Works great to hold little things I use often.5
Sunnersta help pleaselisa o.I have one of these and would love to say that I already love it, but I need to know what size anchors it uses (I'm looking to get metal toggle anchors for some very old drywall). Can anyone tell me, so I too can ruse and recommend this with better ratings? The automated chat folks are clueless. Thank you!!3
Simple and ClassicChantayI bought 3 of these sturdy organizer rails for my kitchen, bathroom, and my son's bedroom. I also added a shelf and paper towel holder. They really help to inexpensively tidy up a space. I wish I had more spaces to use them in my home.5
Small space storagePAULAI bought this for our rv above the stove. It’s very flexible and could be used in a bathroom or a patio, anywhere you need easy accessibility.5
Super cuteamandaSturdy and super cute I installed two over. My stove5
Hanging storageDarenI used mine in my loft bed....love it...use it as a side table
The set is so goodH.W.The set is so good to clear the clutter on the counter for my laundry room. The price is good too.5
Very goodIrynaVery good5
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