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I have just bought some of the small "Shelf Reliance" canned good organizers and I cannot believe how well they do their job!
I cant figure out how to post a pic of it here so guess you'll just have to use your imaginations LOL
 

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I have just bought some of the small "Shelf Reliance" canned good organizers and I cannot believe how well they do their job!
I cant figure out how to post a pic of it here so guess you'll just have to use your imaginations LOL
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Ayup. I bought three like the top one and each holds 40 cans. I also bought a thingie to hold boxes of wrap and ziplocks. It hasnt come yet
 

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Actually DJ I ordered them from Amazon.com. They were $38 there and 41 at the shelf reliance site. If Shelf reliance doesnt charge for shipping, then it may come out just about the same price wise
 

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Hey Blob, where'd ya get those shallow plastic drawers you put ontop of the cansolidators? The'd be great for gravy and sauce mixes.
 

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Hey Blob, where'd ya get those shallow plastic drawers you put ontop of the cansolidators? The'd be great for gravy and sauce mixes.
I just bought some of those yesterday at a Dollar General store. They were $4.50 apiece and made by Sterlite. I LOVE THEM!!

Hey Blob ... good show!! I've been looking at those can consolidator things ... but I'm so torn ... Might have to get one and try it out now ...
 

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My .02

We have the smaller units as well. FWIW, be careful of how high you stack them and how much you set on top of your stack. Ours are stacked two high and invariably get cases of cans put on top. That is almost too much load for them when full. When "empty" (i.e. not fully stocked), they actually seem weaker in that the sectional supports "lean" more. Seems the cans give some structural rigidity when fully stocked.

We have had them in our rotation plan for a year now, and they haven't failed yet, but I am looking into the feasibilty of reverse engineering these things in plywood or pine board, using the originals as a template for a longer unit. If I ever get around to it. I will amend with the results.
 

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:congrat: I LOVE IT! I want it :) I'll buy it!

I'm countin' my pennies! :)
 

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