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Honey-Can-Do Heavy-Duty Rolling Garment Rack EXPIRED

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Home Depot has a few Honey-Can-Do Rolling Garment Racks on sale from $23.53 as listed below. Select free ship to store where available. Thanks rsvpd
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Home Depot has select Honey Can Do rolling garment racks on sale w/ free ship to store. Notes: free shipping to home is not avail (standard delivery fee).
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I have a bunch of extra shelves from larger wire rack units. I wanted 4 extra pole - this package is cheaper than buying the poles alone.
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I bought 5. I already own 5 and love them. I had bought them a couple years ago as the Buy of the Day for $27.77, and I thought that was cheap! You can read my review at Home Depot under 'Top contributor'.
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I have a bunch of extra shelves from larger wire rack units. I wanted 4 extra pole - this package is cheaper than buying the poles alone.
Good point I'm in need of extra shelving units 20 inch wide is not good for me but I see some locals selling the shelfs for reasonable price I will get those shelfs and use the poles from this deal ☺️
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20 inch wide is not good for me
Heavy Duty Rack, the dimensions in the Product Overview are wrong. They are right under the Specifications (18" x 36" x 73") ... and it is nearly 77" with the wheels.
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people say the $23 heavy duty one is wobbly, any comments?
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people say the $23 heavy duty one is wobbly, any comments?
Only wobbly with heavy garments and trying to move it. It is fine stationary or with light clothes.

I am sure adding a third shelf would fix any wobble. Buy 3 and take the shelves from one to make the other two 3 tier.
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Awesome for growing...plants.
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thinking about getting 3 garment racks and using the 2 racks from the 3rd garment rack for an extra rack on the first 2 garment racks to add a bit more stability and prevent twisting if it is moved.

also, see in the pictures that these new garment racks might come with the all plastic casters instead of the older previous garment racks coming with the more heavy duty wheels with metal (locks).
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Any feedback on the more expensive one without the top shelf?
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Any feedback on the more expensive one without the top shelf?
I wish I could get the actual dimensions of it without the extensions. Can't tell if it'll fit where we need it in our laundry room. My limits are ~20"x36" which the cheaper one fits in, but we'll be wheeling it around a lot and we want the better wheels.
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In for 3 of the $23 units. I have a similar extension unit from Amazon and I like the top and bottom shelf of the cheaper unit. Also the units with the extensions seem to droop if you put to much weight on them at the end. The cheaper unit should be more stable since the 3' pole is held on both sides instead of extended at the end.
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these look cheap compared to the costco ones they've had in store before.....(But not currently).... are they any good or basically getting what you pay for here?
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Looks good, but I'm afraid of dust, How do you guys keep clothes out of dust? Any suggestions?
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