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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Honey-Can-Do Entryway Hall Tree (Coat Rack & Shoe Rack Combo) for $38.19. Select free curbside pickup; ship to home surcharge applies.
  • 26 L x 12 W x 70" H
  • Includes two levels of coat hooks to hold hats, jackets and keys
  • Includes a wood surface bench to hold bags or purses
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In the instructional video she put the top on backwards, with it going behind the unit instead of in front of the unit. She even demonstrated where the drywall anchors would go, but it wouldn't work with the top piece on backwards as that part would make it not be flush with the wall.
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As a retired furniture store owner here is my number 1 suggestion, use Tthread lock (light hold) or nail polish same color as paint on every screw. If you do this you should not need to attach it to the wall. EXCEPTION attach to wall if small children are around to prevent injury. doing this will increase rigidity and maximize life.
I'm not trying to be a smart @ss but what you said just makes no sense. How would thread locking the screws in any way minimize the chance of, or stop, a tip over? The thing looks flimsy enough that a few heavy coats might make it prone to tip.

I get the idea of the thread lock to stop fasteners coming apart but a tip over is something that even a solid and glued up piece of furniture can do. It is why they give the wall strap kit with almost all pieces of furniture and I'd have thought a furniture store owner should know that. It can be quite dangerous.
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OK for coats and shoes. Some reviews also recommend that you attach it to your wall if you want to make it sturdier. How much weight are you intending to put on it?
It might not be a matter of weight but rather when people try and tug a coat off of the hook and bring the top falling forward if it gets caught on a hook.
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It might not be a matter of weight but rather when people try and tug a coat off of the hook and bring the top falling forward if it gets caught on a hook.
And that's why one should attach it to the wall.
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And that's why one should attach it to the wall.
I was more replying to your concern of the weight
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I'm not trying to be a smart @ss but what you said just makes no sense. How would thread locking the screws in any way minimize the chance of, or stop, a tip over? The thing looks flimsy enough that a few heavy coats might make it prone to tip.

I get the idea of the thread lock to stop fasteners coming apart but a tip over is something that even a solid and glued up piece of furniture can do. It is why they give the wall strap kit with almost all pieces of furniture and I'd have thought a furniture store owner should know that. It can be quite dangerous.
I was wondering the same thing 🤔
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I'm not trying to be a smart @ss but what you said just makes no sense. How would thread locking the screws in any way minimize the chance of, or stop, a tip over? The thing looks flimsy enough that a few heavy coats might make it prone to tip.

I get the idea of the thread lock to stop fasteners coming apart but a tip over is something that even a solid and glued up piece of furniture can do. It is why they give the wall strap kit with almost all pieces of furniture and I'd have thought a furniture store owner should know that. It can be quite dangerous.
They were responding to someone who said they would attach it to the wall to make it feel more solid. They also went on to say you should attach to the wall if you have small kids.
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Plan on doing pullups on it.
Make sure you hang your coat up first!
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way too small maybe good for apartment
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In the instructional video she put the top on backwards, with it going behind the unit instead of in front of the unit. She even demonstrated where the drywall anchors would go, but it wouldn't work with the top piece on backwards as that part would make it not be flush with the wall.
Good catch. They clearly produced the video with sound effects and music and everything; can't believe they didn't catch that.
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I have a different version of this but it's super handy! Mine, the coats hang across on a bar.
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They were responding to someone who said they would attach it to the wall to make it feel more solid. They also went on to say you should attach to the wall if you have small
You are incorrect. It was a general suggestion just as the post stated. It was not a response to anyone and was not a reply to anyone as you can see from the post. There was no quote, responses have quoted text.

It appears to be a response from an self claimed industry knowledgeable person to the few posts before that quite rightly recommended attachment to the wall for more sturdiness and stability. The post quiet clearly discounts the need for that as you can see this in these two linked statements I have bolded. They read as a statement of general fact from an expert in the field.
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As a retired furniture store owner here is my number 1 suggestion, use Thread lock (light hold) or nail polish same color as paint on every screw. If you do this you should not need to attach it to the wall. EXCEPTION attach to wall if small children are around to prevent injury. doing this will increase rigidity and maximize life.
It quite clearly says what it quite clearly says that the need for attachment to the wall is somehow not needed or minimized by the application of thread-lock. That is confusing and wrong. Adding thread-lock to any standing structure may keep fasteners from backing out but it absolute has nothing to do with stability. Stability issues can harm anyone young or old. It's bad and wrong advice and many seem to like it which just makes me think many accidents are waiting to happen.

I can say as fact if you don't want light flimsy furniture to fall over attachment to the wall is a necessity. There are no exceptions as that is true if you have kids or no kids. Anyone can be injured by furniture falling over.

It is a nice tip that using thread-lock will keep fasteners in place that I guess over time could cause stability issues but thread-lock in no way minimizes the need for wall attachment.
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In the instructional video she put the top on backwards, with it going behind the unit instead of in front of the unit. She even demonstrated where the drywall anchors would go, but it wouldn't work with the top piece on backwards as that part would make it not be flush with the wall.
I saw this too and thought how that would never work!
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This one on woot. Entryway Coat Rack - $49.99 - Free shipping for Prime members https://home.woot.com/offers/entr...source=app
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This one on woot. Entryway Coat Rack - $49.99 - Free shipping for Prime members https://home.woot.com/offers/entr...source=app
Nice looking, but that is 31% more expensive than the OP selection. Remember this is SD. Peace
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