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Last Edited by lilasiandragon July 11, 2019 at 12:11 PM
OOS - Muscle Rack 72" 5-Shelf Z-Beam Boltless Steel Shelving Unit (4000-Lb Capacity) [homedepot.com] $35.96

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Has anyone used these as kitchen racks? I'm interested in making more room in my kitchen by having all the appliances stack on this bad boy
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Has anyone used these as kitchen racks? I'm interested in making more room in my kitchen by having all the appliances stack on this bad boy
this would be ungodly ugly in a kitchen... basement/garage, they're fine. i have 2 of the Lowes 24'' Muscle Racks in my basement, they work well and are sturdy "enough" when loaded with stuff and pushed up against a wall. they're far from the best and not something i'd use in the garage or anywhere i was going to be moving stuff around frequently... but for the price, in the basement, i'm ok with it.
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READ BEFORE BUYING: I have 5 of these and LOVE them. There are two versions out there: Black and grey. I have both and the black model is far superior to grey. The grey has the same specs, but is not as well made so I had to contact customer service to correct the issue. After speaking with them, I was informed that the black models are discontinued so grab them while you can. The grey models are the "new and improved," however, not as well made.

The black models I have definitely hold the published weight. I am able to store heavy bags of dog food, 10 24-packs of soda, tons of laundry detergent, etc (my wife is a couponer and we basically have our own apocalypse supply of cleaners/shampoo/and other crap for the next 6 yrs and these shelves are perfect for it.) The shelf board is compressed wood which has begun to sag over the past 5 yrs, and can easily be replaced by any plywood of your choice should you want to upgrade it. Hope this helps and grab the black models before they're gone!
How can you tell the difference between the black vs. grey?
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Can this be placed outdoors
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Has anyone used these as kitchen racks? I'm interested in making more room in my kitchen by having all the appliances stack on this bad boy
They are waaaaaay too ugly to be on a kitchen unless it is hidden in a pantry.
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How can you tell the difference between the black vs. grey?
One is black. The other is gray. 😜
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How can you tell the difference between the black vs. grey?
Probably by the color
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READ BEFORE BUYING: I have 5 of these and LOVE them. There are two versions out there: Black and grey. I have both and the black model is far superior to grey. The grey has the same specs, but is not as well made so I had to contact customer service to correct the issue. After speaking with them, I was informed that the black models are discontinued so grab them while you can. The grey models are the "new and improved," however, not as well made.

The black models I have definitely hold the published weight. I am able to store heavy bags of dog food, 10 24-packs of soda, tons of laundry detergent, etc (my wife is a couponer and we basically have our own apocalypse supply of cleaners/shampoo/and other crap for the next 6 yrs and these shelves are perfect for it.) The shelf board is compressed wood which has begun to sag over the past 5 yrs, and can easily be replaced by any plywood of your choice should you want to upgrade it. Hope this helps and grab the black models before they're gone!
Black is sold out; will pass
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I ordered these exact racks on Amazon sold by Red Commerce about a week ago and was delayed in getting them. Now just cancelled that and going to pick them up at my local Home Depot. Thanks.
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READ BEFORE BUYING: I have 5 of these and LOVE them. There are two versions out there: Black and grey. I have both and the black model is far superior to grey. The grey has the same specs, but is not as well made so I had to contact customer service to correct the issue. After speaking with them, I was informed that the black models are discontinued so grab them while you can. The grey models are the "new and improved," however, not as well made.

The black models I have definitely hold the published weight. I am able to store heavy bags of dog food, 10 24-packs of soda, tons of laundry detergent, etc (my wife is a couponer and we basically have our own apocalypse supply of cleaners/shampoo/and other crap for the next 6 yrs and these shelves are perfect for it.) The shelf board is compressed wood which has begun to sag over the past 5 yrs, and can easily be replaced by any plywood of your choice should you want to upgrade it. Hope this helps and grab the black models before they're gone!
Does this comment apply to the Edsal or the Muscle Rack?
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Going to put one of these in my attic to create more storage space since I don't have a basement. Thanks!
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These are pretty good prices for the shelves from Home Depot. If the deals are available in store make sure to get your 11 percent rebate (for the people who live near a Menard's). Personally I look for used shelves for sale on Craig's List and Facebook Marketplace. You can usually get a better deal and in some cases you can buy a shelf from someone who already put the shelf together. This is particularly helpful with the metal wire shelves.
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Going to put one of these in my attic to create more storage space since I don't have a basement. Thanks!
the MDF is going to love the moisture and temperature extremes up there Wink
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I'd recommend the muscle rack shelf that is 24" deep and 48" wide instead of the one in the title. The cost is $21 more at $57 (about 60% more), but it gives you 80% more storage space on the shelves, the wider and deeper base is more stable, and when you eventually replace the particle board (it will eventually be necessary) you'll get four 2'x4' pieces per 4'x8' sheet of plywood (3 simple width-wise rip cuts) with no wastage instead of cutting 18"x3' pieces needing several times more cuts, and almost 3sqft of wastage left over. you can find the larger shelf in the same link, select the larger size just below the product pictures.
People generally select storage shelving based on the available size of their storage area. You should always get as much as can comfortably fit in the area they go, of course. Many garages these days are very small so it can be advantageous to get 18" shelving.
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in for 2! hope those particle boards hold up well.
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