All Good! Was slightly concerned when I ordered it that it would really be able to handle the weight of my cast iron skillet and more. Installing on studs as was recommended, this thing is rock solid, well made and I think I could do chin ups on it and it would hold the weight. Good product [...] And everyone agrees it looks really nice.
worth the cost compared to others. rack looks good. it does scratch if your not careful. the only problem was once you put it all together it is warped. the ONLY way to fix it is to loosen ALL the bolts and hang it leaving them them un tightened. also the center grid will sag in the center if you put too much weight on it .i have 10 foot cielings so i also had to go to hardware store to buy two 8 inch chains to get it just right.
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