Sturdy rack holds up to 36 cans and can be easily stacked on top of another rack. Assembly requires no tools and is quick. Includes adjustable plastic dividers to accommodate different sized cans. Slightly angled shelves make all cans clearly visible.
Rack maybe too tall for standard pantry shelves, especially when fully loaded.
Intuitive top-loading design dispenses one can at a time. Ideal for soda cans or pet food cans. Comes with 2 racks that are stackable. Design allows you to organize cans in order of expiration date for less waste. Clear instructions ensure quick and easy assembly.
May be too large to store in the fridge, best suited for pantry.
Comes with 8 adjustable shelves so you can store cans of any height. Rack can be used as 1 long unit, or split into 2 smaller units. Installation is quick and easy: hang rack over the door or mount to the wall. Also includes bottom hooks to prevent rack from swinging. Durable rack can withstand plenty of weight.
Hooks have an adhesive tape that wears off over time but, tape doesn't affect overall usefulness.
All cans are easily visible. Rack comes with adjustable plastic dividers. Once assembled, the sturdy rack holds up to 36 cans. Easily relocate a full rack with no fear of it falling apart. Rack is stackable.
Photo-only instructions are difficult to follow.
Simple assembly only requires 4 steps. Stores up to 54 cans between 4 and 15 ounces. First in, first out design keeps cans in order of expiration date. Made from thick, sturdy plastic. Racks can be easily stacked on top of each other.
Cans from middle row must be manually rotated to the bottom.
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Can racks are an essential pantry organizing tool, especially in large multi-kid or multi-pet homes. They are also an excellent way to save space. Many racks follow the first in, first out design, which organizes your cans in order of expiration date to ensure nothing goes to waste. You can find racks designed to sit on pantry shelves or in the refrigerator, or racks that hang from a door or wall. Many racks are designed to stack on top of each other, should you need the extra storage. Look for a rack with customizable dividers so you can store a variety of different sized cans.