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While looking at the Back & Yellow HDX Garage Shelfs Home Depot has on sale for $35 this father's day, I saw they have the grey version even cheaper at $29.98 (33% off).
Only difference I can see besides color is the grey is 2" shorter.
Reviews seem really positive too with 4 1/2 stars, 91% recomended.

5-Tier Plastic Garage Storage Shelving Unit in Gray
(36 in. W x 72 in. H x 18 in. D)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-5.../100010588
  • Durable, recycled plastic construction is easy to clean
  • Five shelves each hold 150 lbs. for a total capacity of 750 lbs.
  • Perfect for use in your garage or basement for general storage
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Can these be used as a shoe rack in the garage?
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Buy the 4 shelf rack at Harbor Freight for $15 with 20% coupon and save 50%. I have 3 of these in my garage and there great.
It's a good tip for those needing a lightweight solution, the harbour freight shelves are very lightweight by comparison. I'm all about saving money but the bigger much stronger home depot shelves are a better fit for me... Picking up 5 sets. 3 for the garage, 2 for the storage room in basement.
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Thanks I got 2 it's looking very nice.
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I bought eight of these units for my basement around five years ago and was very pleased with them at first; however, if you put heavier items on them the shelves will eventually start to sag. If you are just using them for lighter items they should be totally fine. When I needed shelving units for my garage I switched to wire shelving units with the wheel kits on the bottom, and while those are a lot more expensive they don't sag and you can roll them around when you need to clean or reorganize things instead of having to unload entire shelves.
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Can these be used as a shoe rack in the garage?
They would work fine for shoes, but they will eventually sag if you load them up with heavier items for an extended period of time.
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We use these for seasonal clothing, seasonal decorations, and general storage. Nothing too heavy on them, but mainly totes. Either two depth wise or one width wise and we've had zero issues with sagging. Yes, you may find some spare plastic around the pieces, but I usually just leave them be, as they tend to come off when using the mallet to put them together.

My wife and I decided when we started putting stuff in the basement that it was going to go into plastic totes, so if we had water, they would stay dry and they should also keep out bugs. And we went with clear totes, so even if they were labeled, we could see what was in them for reference. We have at least 10 of these and have had no problems at all. We've even taken a few 5 high shelves and converted them into more 4 high shelves Wink
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Been waiting for a steel rack to go on sale again but 150lb per shelf for this price is cool with me. Thanks!
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perfect for sex toy display =]
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My guy you saved me some money! I was gonna get the HD one but only build 4 shelves not the whole 5. Going to get 2 now!
HD has comparable one's at $1 more, and are also a bit larger. https://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-4.../202520640
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Quality control seems to be an issue. Check the 137 1 star reviews
Because they are plastic they break easily when put on the shipping trucks.

Thankfully they come in clear packaging so you can kinda check them before buying.

Ive gotten a couple that has some plastic broke. But ended up using them anyway. Just used some quick epoxy and they have held up fine for the past year.
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For anyone interested in the long term quality of these....I've owned 5 of these for approx 12-14 years. I've had them through various houses in garages and basements. They've been exposed to the cold of a northern OH winter and the heat/humidity of a FL summer. I've stored everything from a heavy table saw on them to light totes. Through all of this they've held up extremely well with no issues. The only "issue" I've every noticed was some slight sagging on one of the shelves in the middle but in hindsight I had some extremely heavy items stored on that one so it was probably to be expected.

Of course take all this for whats it worth because quality control and how they are manufactured has probably changed over the years so my experience might not be the norm.
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these are garbage and the shelves warp over time

just get wire ones, they will last a lifetime
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In for two
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In for 5 with 5% Discover and 10% other CB. Thanks!
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How about this one, metal, holds up to 500 lbs total

https://www.lowes.com/pd/edsal-Mu...1000556515
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