We went to Walmart to by a wall storage cabinet for over the bathroom sink. There were two only in stock. We chose this because of the product description of one adjustable shelf behind the doors...WRONG...in regards to recommending it to a friend, I would tell them what they need to be aware of before putting it together.
Are we keeping the cabinet, yes...it was very time consuming to put together, but once accomplished we did not want to do it again. Also, the other model that was available did not have an adjustable shelf.
What confuses me is they have the strangest way to attach it to the wall. And they do not tell one how to attach it until it is put together. It would be much easier to do the measuring and drilling of the holes before the back is already on the cabinet.
Also, they give just two small angle blocks to hold it up...and it weighs over 15 pounds empty. Needless to say we were disappointed with the instructions.
In regards to a cardboard back instead of a thin board, it would have been better just to omit it...
When putting it together I put the cardboard side to the front which was incorrect. Luckily, I caught it pretty early on...I suggest one does not hammer the nails in all the way until they are sure that the white side faces in. In addition to their instructions, I added wood glue to the wooden dowels and also glued the cardboard backing on besides nailing...It is rock solid...but very disappointing in regards to the hardware for the wall mounting. Especially the late instructions to do it after it is all put together...one cannot get a drill inside to drill the needed holes in the back panel as well as the wall.
Yes, we are going to keep it. It appears to be quite sturdy. Time will tell...