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Rev-A-Shelf 6572-11-11-52 11-Inch Polymer Plastic Kitchen Sink Front Tip-Out Accessory Storage Trays, White

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  • MAXIMIZE YOUR SPACE: Maximize space and efficiency of your kitchen with these 11-inch white polymer tip-out accessory trays. One conventional open tray and one accessory tray with ring holder and soap dish
  • DURABILITY & ELEGANCE: Injection molded polymer plastic designed for durability
  • EASY TO USE: Self-holding hinges are included for installation
  • DIMENSIONS (W x D x H): 11 x 2.13 x 3.81 inches. Designed for a minimum cabinet opening of 12.5-inches
  • WHATS INCLUDED: (1) White open tray, (1) White accessory tray with ring holder, (2) pair of hinges and mounting hardware

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Customer Reviews

Good quality, installation is a bit annoying though.Overall very good so far. Installation was a bit of a pain because the instructions are slightly vague at step 5. They say to turn the template sideways and mark mounting holes for the tray, but they don t clearly show where you put the template after you turn it sideways. In the end, it doesn t matter. As long as you mount the tray somewhere in the middle and the drawer closes, you re good. Getting the tray screwed down is gonna require something that turns screws at a 90 degree angle. I used a small ratchet and a screwdriver tip. Even my stubbiest stubby screwdriver was too long to fit in there with the drawer open.Once it was installed though, it worked well. The screws and hardware seem very well made. I used my drill to get the side screws in and even though I slipped, it didn t strip the screw which was nice. 5Make sure you buy the right sizeI spent the 1st half hour, (which is the estimated assembly time), blow drying and scotch taping my template back together since the dog found it before I did when I opened the box. You'll definitely want to pre-drill all holes like the instructions recommend. If you have hardwood cabinet frames like maple or oak you should also drive screws all the way in and back them out BEFORE you actually mount the panel. This will make the assembly a lot easier later on. Also make sure your hinges are screwed tight to the drawer front and the screws that hold the trays are adjusted properly before final mounting. This will help to minimize the amount of times you'll have to remove and re-install this thing. Anyway after I had mine installed, I read in the questions or somewhere that there's a different set of hinges for panels that are 16" or longer, Rev-A-Shelf Seriesone hinges 6552-95-0220-6552. That's good to know. LOL. They look to me like they just have a fatter spring on them so maybe I'll just swap the springs. Conclusion: I bought the wrong kit for my 34" panel because i didn't know there were so many different options but It's hidden so who cares. 5A few tips for easier installationInstalling these trays was faster and easier than the reviews had led me to expect. In deference to those who had a tough time, I will concede that the directions were not as clear as they might have been. The pictures helped, but there was one point at which the instructions were dead wrong, and if not for a bit of text over the picture I am sure I would have screwed up on that step. So make sure you have a clear understanding of what you are about to do before actually doing it.Tips - even if you are a "fly by the seat of your pants" type who has never read all the way through a set of instructions before beginning or drilled a pilot hole, DO IT NOW. I took the additional step of "test-fitting" each of my screws in the newly-drilled holes - I drove the screws in about 3/4 of the way and then removed them and set them aside - and I'm glad I did. That way I could hand tighten the screws by a couple of turns as I set them in place. And don't bother with your cordless screwdriver - you'll never get it into the tight spaces you'll be working in. I used a long, thin screwdriver, but a short, stubby one might work just as well.I found that a yardstick worked better than a measuring tape. The yardstick gave me the straight edge I needed for making my marks. And because the screws for my cabinet knobs are rounded and do not sit flush with the back of the drawer, I had to recess them so the trays could lay flat against the drawer front. You can do this by removing the knobs and using a drill bit the same diameter (or slightly larger) as the screw head, drill a little well for the head to sit in. Do not over-drill - I learned this one the hard way - only go down as far as you need to, just the depth of your screw head. This is because most knobs have both a maximum and a minimum depth - usually somewhere between 3/4" and 1", so if you recess your screws too far, you may need to shim them back out with washers to make sure your knobs will tighten properly.If you are installing these trays in new cabinets, make sure you check the alignment of the sink base false front with the adjacent drawers. I didn't, and the false front now sits about 1/4" higher than the drawer next to it. I'm not sure if this was a preexisting issue or if I somehow realigned the false front while installing the trays, but in either case it will have to be addressed. I am going to raise the facing of the other drawer because that will be easier than redoing the sink base trays.As you can see from the foregoing, I am hardly a skilled carpenter. I made a lot of mistakes. Nevertheless, the job took me about half and hour, start to finish, and that includes the time I spent adjusting my knobs. 5Helpful, and worth the hassle of installationI LOVE not having to have every brush, scraper, and scrubbing pad sitting out next to my kitchen sink. Installation requires you work at some weird angles in a fairly confined space, so it's a little challenging, and the hinges they come with tend to make it close kinda harshly of you bump them closed. I do have a couple tips if anyone's interested. First, it's very helpful to have some kind of handle or knob on the front when you're done, but it's best installed at the very end just before you put the bucket on. Also, installing the buckets as far down the drawer front as you can help to reduce stuff jumping out of the buckets if the fronts snap closed on you. And finally, some thick cabinet bumpers or felt pads help too, both with snapping shut too hard and allowing some air to circulate around any items that aren't quite completely dry when you put them in. 4Extremely challenging installationQuick and easy installation in new cabinets or if the sink and countertop have been removed but, as a retrofit, the installation is quite difficult because there is virtually no access room for a hand and screwdriver between the front panel and the top of the frame. I am not a professional cabinet installer but I am an experienced DIYer (I built the house) and it took the better part of a day to install 2 pairs of these trays (in front of the sink and in front of the cooktop). The installation instructions are very poorly written, the images used in the instructions are tiny and indistinct, and (in my opinion) the wrong type of screws are provided for attaching the hinge assembly to the cabinet frame - flat head screws are provided but truss head screws (like the ones provided for the rest of the assembly process) are much more effective at making the installation secure to the cabinet frame. There are several ways in which the design of the hinges could be modified to make retrofit installation much easier - for example, they could be made with snap fit rivets in place of the fixed rivets on the front portion of the hinge, or a click-stop, slide-in receiver could be attached to the face plate to receive the front portion of the hinge after it has been attached to the frame; the mounting holes for the screws to attach the hinge to the frame could be located where they would not be either obscured by the hinge itself or so close to the cabinet frame as to interfere with fitting a screwdriver. Lastly, I am disappointed by the lack of storage capacity - I realize that not all installations will be the same, but, in my situation, there is considerable room for the storage trays to extend deeper into the cabinet and be taller on the back side (see photos). All-in-all, probably not worth the time and money. 2Needed since I moved in!Pros:* Instructions are very clear save for installation time of ~30 minutes. To do it well it takes a bit over an hour for each shelf drawer. Staples, staples, and more staples on this cabinet to remove first.* Strong screws... I'm happy to report that none were broken on installation.* Just like the one at a good friends house that he's had for over a decade.* Closes well and stays closed.* Great for cleaning up the clutter around the sink.* Found on Amazon and all local home improvement shops in my state were clueless.Cons:* Bottom lip closest to the sink could be just a tiny bit taller/wider as my second scrub brush likes to fling itself into the cabinet if I don't control the "snap" close.Consumer tips:* Door should "snap" shut (with the spring) and not have to be pushed. If this is happening the hinges are too close together and may need base screw adjustments on the extension to the cabinet face.* Short stubby Phillips screwdriver was needed for on the cabinet adjustments to the screws (see prior bullet point)* Used one size down from the recommended drill bit size for longer longevity of the cabinets... predrilling is a must and a little elbow grease.* Read the quantities in the description carefully... ended up ordering two thinking that is what I needed but got a total of four trays and eight hinges... ah well will have an extra set if I ever move.* Recommend buying some knobs if they aren't already there.* Measure, measure, measure! 5Read, throughly understand, and follow all directions...or say a lot of bad words.Work great! I love having the little trays to hide my sponges and scrubbies away off of the sink. Pluses: Excellent little template design and good directions for installation, and the hinges are designed in a way that you can adjust them to make certain alignment of the drawer fronts is spot-on.Four stars due to the amount of a learning curve necessary to accomplish the task of installation. Because we were doing a DYI refacing of our cabinets, I had already removed the drawer fronts. In order to align the hinges correctly, you have to draw an exact outline of the cabinet opening on the back of the drawerfronts- so I had to align the drawer fronts precisely, hold them on with one hand, and outline with the other all in the cramped space between the sink and the cabinet fronts. No easy trick. If you mess that part up, the drawers are not going to align correctly. That lack of room also caused some difficulty in getting the hinges snugly screwed into place, and I ended up stripping out some screws. (the package comes with a few extra, whew!). That was admittedly partially my fault, as I used the next size smaller drill bit when pre-drilling (I didn't think it mattered, but it DOES!). Pre-drilling is a MUST (both so you don't ruin your cabinet facings, and for ease of attaching the hinges with screws) and if I'd used the correct size drill bit to start with, the lack of room for screwing the hinges into the cabinet would have been less annoying. I had to call in my son to give me a third hand, as holding the hinges in the exact correct place while screwing them into the cabinet proved impossible for just two hands. The combination of holding the hinges open and keeping them correctly aligned, and screwing them into the cabinet was the most frustrating part, especially on the right side, as it was even more awkward. Having a helper on hand is a great idea for that piece. It will save you a lot of swearing.That said, I love them - I hate clutter, but like my scrubbies, so this was a great addition to my "new" kitchen. 4Why didn't I buy this sooner?!from Dustin McLean on June 30, 2019Why didn't I buy this sooner?!I love this! First of all I'm kicking myself for not realizing this product existed in the first place. We have a tiny kitchen so every inch counts and so I was very excited to find this. It turned out GREAT! I made a video about my installation, on YouTube search "DIY Under-the-Sink Shelf Hack"The installation wasn't tricky but it might not be for beginners, only because a lot depends on what your particular setup is. In my case I couldn't do two separate shelves because there was no middle support beam, so I turned both "doors" into one long door that opened together, which of course only used 1 set of hinges. (This kit comes with 2 sets.) Even though the instructions were very clear and the provided templates were great, I still found that it was tricky to get things to line up perfectly without catching and that's only because my existing cabinets are imperfect. So I had to make some adjustments to the hinges and the doors below so everything opens smoothly, but all in all the installation went well. Check out my video to see the full walk through! 5No a quick or easy installThis took time, more time than I would have though or expected. And clearly more time than package description too. Perhaps if there is no sink or countertop it is quick and easy. But being unwilling and unable to remove my sink and countertop it took time.The first step is to trace the open on the back of the cabinet panel for placement of the template. I had 2 inches of room. Enough for the trays, but not enough for a pencil to really get in there. I don't even think a golf pencil would have worked.I tried the template but put the holes in the wrong place due the poor tracing I was able to do. I ended following a Youtube that said place the hinges then trace hinges onto the back of the panel. Being in the bottom corners this was a bit easier. I was able to use the template better that way. But it involved place and removing the hinges.Also screwing things in was very difficult with so little room.I honestly, I think another hinge style would have worked better. The instructions talked about a French/Euro hinge. Get that one...It would be faster and easier. 3Good Enhancement to False Front CabinetsI am reasonably handy but spent several hours installing the first one. Quicker on the second one. Both fit very well, and after a little adjustment of screws open and close smoothly and you cannot tell from positioning of the false cabinet fronts that anything has changed. Be aware that there isn't much room for storing in the bins, but still a good thing to have if you need to replace a broken false front cabinet latch or are starting from scratch on new cabinets.Noting some others found the screws to be "cheap" and easily damaged, I did not have such a problem. 5
Rev-A-Shelf 6572-11-11-52 11-Inch Polymer Plastic Kitchen Sink Front Tip-Out Accessory Storage Trays, White

Rev-A-Shelf 6572-11-11-52 11-Inch Polymer Plastic Kitchen Sink Front Tip-Out Accessory Storage Trays, White

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
₪ 213.00
Sale price
₪ 213.00
Regular price
₪ 354.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (₪ 141.00)