The bamboo is smooth, will not snag clothes and the rack is screwe together. The wood where my hands grab to set it up are finally wearing and splintering. This rack is sturdy enough for heavy laundry.
For me this works perfectly for my needs. Its great. Love this item.
No problems with sturdiness or weight bearing. I have the exact same style/size rack currently, but it's of lighter-weight material.
It's a clothes drying rack, so it doesn't need to be a masterwork of engineering or assembly. It wobbles enough to make me realize that paying $40 for this was a mistake. Terrible customer service. Was able to return for a refund.
The rack was getting mildewed from the wet clothes. Wet clothes, almost any wood = funky mold and mildew. How good is it drying an item if 2 sides are crammed up against a wall?
The metal seems acceptably sturdy; certainly better than the wooden dowel rod racks that seem destined for the garbage the day you buy them. It’s more bulky than i thought, but it folds up and stores easily.
Each rod is large enough to hang 2 garments on and spaced out so the clothes dry quickly and aren’t on top of each other. It is great for drying delicates. The whitmore is made by clothe.
Even with 2 missing screws is sturdy enough. Pretty easy to assemble. Need a screw driver for assembly. By far this is the most sturdy and efficient.
These 4 rotate like they're on bearing! Place the 2nd end frame, chain up, on top of the rods. Screw in the 8 threaded rods on one side tight.
They sell this junk for 40 bucks or more and make * fine profit.
Whitmor and the chinese have not mastered the art of making parts line up for assembly. Some pieces were preassembled, incorrectly. Like this probably costs a china factory a buck to box up. Usd just to assemble this rack.
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