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.
Saves space on the countertop
Easy to attach to SUNNERSTA adjustable rack, rail or mini kitchen.
Can be used in high humidity areas.
Recommended for indoor use only.
May be used with SUNNERSTA kitchen accessories.
Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)
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.
Width: 9 7/8 "
Depth: 5 1/2 "
Height: 2 "
Max. load: 4 lb
Width: 6 ½ "
Height: 2 "
Length: 9 ¾ "
Weight: 5 oz
Easy and cute!LorriSo happy with this choice, was easy to install and so very cute. LOVE the tiny shelf option.5
TrayIreneHolds everything I needed small bottles of Facial lotion.5
Good productLanavery practical4
It is the replacement ofBehrouzIt is the replacement of the one I had before.
The problem was after washing the cover it did shrink badly.5
I love this tray, IPhyllisI love this tray, I bought 2 and I use them for cat food and water bowls.5
Great organizing pieceDorrieAbsolutely love this organizing piece to take everything off my desktop so I can work without clutter.5
sunnestraBobPerfect match for the previously bought rod .5
it what i need itGeraldit what i need it an it work great1
Item is perfect for ourJanethItem is perfect for our need in my husband's workshop. Good for the small items that he needs to keep at hand.5
Small space solutionTinaThis shelf works perfectly to provide extra storage in my very small bathroom5
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