The sturdy 3 Tier Laundry Cart by Whitmor is a handy helper almost anywhere in your house. Use it in your kitchen for serving meals or for storing your mixer, bread machine and pots, and pans. It holds computer equipment in the office, towels in the bathroom or tools in the garage. It’s very stable and built to last and it has 3 shelves with raised sides to prevent items from rolling off. Includes rolling casters. attic. Easy assembly Phillips screwdriver needed. Easy to clean, just wipe with a damp cloth and towel dry. Assembled Dimensions: 8.5 x 26 x 31 inches. Whitmor is a 4th generation family-owned and operated business. Since 1946, Whitmor has been dedicated to bringing organization home by creating products that simplify everyday life. Ensuring that those products are built with integrity, value, and innovation is our commitment to you. And our promise is that we will always be here for you should you ever need us as we stand behind our product 100%. Whitmor customer service is available in English and Spanish Monday through Friday from 8 am – 4:30 pm CST. Call us and we will gladly assist you in your language. You may contact Whitmor toll-free at 1-888-944-8667 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A 3-tier shelf can easily slide out of any narrow space in kitchen, laundry room or bathroom
The perfect way to utilize tight spaces in your home for storage and organization
Compact design fits great between washer and dryer
Assembled Dimensions: 8.5 L x 26 W x 31 H inches
Easy assembly, Philips head screwdriver required
Includes 4 smooth-rolling wheels with 360 degrees of rotation for easy transport
Made of durable resin plastic with easy-glide casters
For over 70 years, Whitmor has been bringing organization home. If you have questions or problems, please contact us for immediate assistance
Specification: Whitmor 3 Tier Rolling Space Saving Mobile Storage Solution-White Laundry Cart, 8.50×26.0x31.0
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