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Spectrum Diversified Over-The-Cabinet/Drawer Grid Trash Bin : Almost exactly what I needed, and easily adapted

Works good for plastic grocery bags. This is great for holding plastic grocery bags underneath a sink. It could be a smidge bigger but i also have too many bags so i’m not surprised.

Spectrum Diversified Over-The-Cabinet/Drawer Grid Trash Bin, Satin Nickel

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  • Neatly stores plastic grocery bags
  • Wide opening at the bottom allows for easy bag removal
  • Also use as a trash bin when lined with a plastic bag
  • Maximize your cabinet capacity by taking advantage of unused space
  • Slides over standard cabinet doors without any tools or installation
  • Measures 6.50″Depth X 10.25″Width X 15.00″Height

I have two of these hanging over my cabinet doors in the kitchen. They work really well and are sturdy. They have a great padding underneath to protect them. They are much larger than i thought but work really well.

(i’ve included a picture of the rod gap for anyone who finds it useful – it’s about 3/8′. I purchased this to mainly use inside my bathroom cabinet door for a trash. For my cabinets that didn’t work since the two rods welded to the flat part of the over-the-door hangars bump into the top of the cabinet frame when closed – so the door would not close completely. (i’ve included a picture of the rod gap for anyone who finds it useful – it’s about 3/8′. ) in spite of that i still like this basket and have purchased a second for my kitchen. I just hang it on the outside of the cabinet door (which i found is actually more convenient anyway). The one in the kitchen is very useful since i can hang it on the door by my sink for quick use while preparing food and it can be easily removed when i have company. It easily fits a standard plastic grocery bag and a twist tie can be used to bring the bag handles together behind the basket which to hold it it snugly around the top rim. I would like it better if it fit my cabinets for inside-the-door use, but it is still a very handy trash.

This looks really nice and is great for holding plastic bags or other. This looks really nice and is great for holding plastic bags or other things. It is quite large though, so check your measurements before you commit. I’ll probably use it to hold onions.

Spectrum Diversified Over-The-Cabinet/Drawer Grid Trash Bin, Satin Nickel : I had a lot of wasted space under my counter in my tiny bathroom. These just hang on the inside of the door where the pipes and basin prevent me from having shelves. I keep my blow dryer, curling iron, and brushes in one. In the other i put tall containers–windex, clean wipe dispenser, hairspray and lotion. It’s made also for stuffing with plastic bags and pulling them out through the little open square at the bottom.

A bit smaller than expected but overall good product and great price.

I like it, but the metal bar sticks out and. I like it, but the metal bar sticks out and my cabinet doesn’t close all the way like the other ones i purchased.

I have two of these hanging over my cabinet doors in the kitchen. They work really well and are sturdy. They have a great padding underneath to protect them. They are much larger than i thought but work really well.

Just got this and it is perfect. The hook pieces have some soft padding so. Just got this and it is perfect. The hook pieces have some soft padding so they won’t slide each time you use it. I think the pads may reduce some scratching as well. Mine is hanging inside of my built in trash can cabinet behind my trash can.

Handy little basket for hanging inside doors in bathroom or kitchen.

Well constructed and functional. One thing you should anticipate. Well constructed and functional. One thing you should anticipate is that the cabinet door it’s hanged on will not close 100% afterwards, in other words be completely flush w the rest of the cabinet surface.

Hand inside vanity so cant see.

Almost exactly what i needed, and easily adapted. For a tight bathroom under-sink installation, i actually needed something about an inch narrower and a little shallower. This was the closest i found, and previous experience with similar items from the same mfr. So i bought the item, cut off the two rounded corners near the upper brackets (20 seconds each with a hacksaw), bent the grid a little, and tied it back together with a pair of plastic ties. This was an unusually tight installation. The basket should fit easily in any normal-sized kitchen, bath or workshop cabinet.

It is neatly tucked behind the cabinet doors. I am not crazy about the silver holders showing so much on the outside of the cabinet. It is, however more than whati expected. Can be used for scraps or to hold other items besides bags.

Sturdy basket with padding on hooks. Basically it’s just as pictured. I hung it on the side of my bed frame for a convenient trash can for papers and stuff in my room, but it would also make a good bedside caddie. What made me bother reviewing it is the padding that lines the inside of the hooks. This both protects whatever you hang the basket on, and helps it hang more securely and not slide. It’s a little detail that really makes this thing neat.

These baskets are on the smaller side but they are really nice for using for garbage. I have one in my bathroom hanging inside on the cabinet door. I ordered two more for the kitchen (one for garbage and one to hold all those plastic bags from the store). Those plastic store bags hang easily inside these and i would recommend them.

I use mine in the kitchen to hold foil, wax paper etc.

I don’t have a garbage disposal so this is a great trash receptical for under the kitchen sink.

(i’ve included a picture of the rod gap for anyone who finds it useful – it’s about 3/8′. I purchased this to mainly use inside my bathroom cabinet door for a trash. For my cabinets that didn’t work since the two rods welded to the flat part of the over-the-door hangars bump into the top of the cabinet frame when closed – so the door would not close completely. (i’ve included a picture of the rod gap for anyone who finds it useful – it’s about 3/8′. ) in spite of that i still like this basket and have purchased a second for my kitchen. I just hang it on the outside of the cabinet door (which i found is actually more convenient anyway). The one in the kitchen is very useful since i can hang it on the door by my sink for quick use while preparing food and it can be easily removed when i have company. It easily fits a standard plastic grocery bag and a twist tie can be used to bring the bag handles together behind the basket which to hold it it snugly around the top rim. I would like it better if it fit my cabinets for inside-the-door use, but it is still a very handy trash.

Fantastic idea, didn’t work for us due to the cabinet we tried to install it on, but the product itself is good and we will find somewhere that it does fit.

Our adorable, mischievous dog loves to go through wastebaskets, looking for tissues. We hang this bin from a towel bar in our bathroom. It keeps him out of trouble and it is surprisingly handy to have it at our height instead of on the floor. We use plastic bags from the grocery store to line it and it’s quick and easy to tie it up and toss it when it needs emptying.