Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2LittleGirlsTx Easy to use and very affordable
I needed more shelf room in my utility room and this shelf was similar to the shelving already in there. I am able to fold clothes on the top and also able to hang all my clothes on it. It is actually very easily to put up - but I recommend having two people to make the measurements (need someone to hold the measuing tape while the other person makes the markings). However, it can also be put up with only one person.
Rated 1 out of 5 by UnsatisfiedCustomer99 Cheap/useless installation hardware
The cheap flimsy plastic wall anchors are the most useless hardware I've ever used in my life. 3 out of 4 broke so quick and easily that I literally laughed out loud. I ended up using some wall anchors that I purchased separately. I DO NOT recommend this product, not even to my worst enemy.
Rated 5 out of 5 by handy good shelf, inadiquate inst.
Installing this shelf does require a basic concept of installation hardware. If you hit a stud( first locate studs) you can always cut the drywall tabs off and use a longer screw. You should use a drill bit that is slightly smaller than the molly you are using. It is not always easy to install using the supplied inst. , but just use common sense.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Shmuel Instructions lacking
I agree completely with the other review. It says "requires 1/4" drillbit and drill". What size screws? What do I do in the other holes in the upright guides?
Also, what was probably most frustrating is that the guide says visit www.rubbermaid.com/closets for installation tips. This page doesn't exist. When I finally found the fasttrack closets on the site, there are not installation tips. Additionally, this page I'm writing on now is even harder to find and it doesn't offer any related hardware for me to figure out what size screws I should use.
Rated 2 out of 5 by kenj Ruined by poor instructions
I'm in the process of trying to install this product, which is ruined by completely inadequate instructions.
For example, it begins by stating "mark and drill holes". What size? While it give the positions for the holes it give no indication of what size. 1/8"? 1/2"? Just so you know, I tried 1/8 and it split the screw holder, as I tried to "gently" pound it in, and ruined it. Since there aren't extra holders, the whole thing goes into the trash.
Back to the hardware store for a different brand. I'm sorry I bought this one.
By the way, the directions assume every screw goes into drywall. If you hit a stud, you're on your own since the provided screws won't work. It also gives no indication if this is removable without ruining the wall