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Honey-Can-Do 5-Tier 24" x 18" x 72" Steel Storage Shelving (250-lbs Per Shelf) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Honey-Can-Do 5-Tier 24" x 18" x 72" Steel Storage Shelving Unit (SHF-01055, White, 250-lbs Per Shelf) on sale for $30.84. Shipping is free. Thanks jsmitty5000
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Another Honey Can Do shelving unit deal, discounted price only for the white unit, not the chrome. This is my first post of a deal so sorry for any mistakes!


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I wish Chrome were this price, any one knows how durable is paint on WHITE unit?
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Best price ever on this listing by about $13. Thanks!
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Deal is showing $42.90 and not $30.84. I'll pass.
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Did this deal expire?
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I must be missing something. Did the price go back up?
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I also see 42.90
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Price went back up.
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55.84 here
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Dead deal
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Dead. Consider yourself lucky if you missed it.

Only 250 lb per shelf rating. Unless you're storing tissue paper and styrofoam peanuts, buy a unit with minimum rating of 350 per shelf.

The max load ratings on these wire shelves are way overrated, because the wires bend easily with loads nowhere near the max rating.
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Dead. Consider yourself lucky if you missed it.

Only 250 lb per shelf rating. Unless you're storing tissue paper and styrofoam peanuts, buy a unit with minimum rating of 350 per shelf.

The max load ratings on these wire shelves are way overrated, because the wires bend easily with loads nowhere near the max rating.
I'm confused, what are you storing on yours? It's not like the wife and I will be "laying" on one of the shelves or anything.
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I'm confused, what are you storing on yours? It's not like the wife and I will be "laying" on one of the shelves or anything.
Typical garage stuff. Tools, car battery and charger, oil, detergents, paint, etc. And that's my point.

Unless you place down a liner (plywood, osb, thick plastic, etc) to distribute weight, the cheap wires will eventually bend. The shelf won't break, but you're left with a shelf with divots and small depressions all over the shelves.

So pay extra money and time to install shelf liners, or pay extra for a better rated shelf from the start. I prefer the latter.

If you're using this for storing things like towels or toilet paper, or items as shown in the picture above, you will be fine. But most people buy wire shelves because they plan on using it to store heavier items. This isn't the best type of wire shelf for that purpose.
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