thinking of buying this - what are you reviews - ROLLING ORGANIZER on wheels

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Posted 1/2/2013 by arelys1228 in General Scrappin'
 

arelys1228
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Posted: 1/2/2013 12:02:35 PM
im concerned that the papers will get dusty is it enough for me since im a hoarder did you guys keep the wheels on - hmmmm i want it since its on sale
lmk wha tyou think
here is the link of what i am talking about:

its the rolling organizer for scrapbooking paper on wheels

http://michaels.shoplocal.com/michaels/default.aspx?action=entryflash&adref=WeeklyAdLink&storeref=9025


ca angel
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Posted: 1/2/2013 12:05:46 PM
sorry, all I see the whole ad not sure which product you mean.
ca angel

arelys1228
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Posted: 1/2/2013 12:06:55 PM
ca angel its the Rolling organizer for craft - paper its on wheels

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Posted: 1/2/2013 12:09:47 PM
I'm contemplating purchasing this too!
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ca angel
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Posted: 1/2/2013 12:37:29 PM
If you are talking about the rainbow drawer ones I have heard bad reviews on them. They are wobbly and don't hold a lot of weight. Also since the drawers are not enclosed you would still have problems with dust. I don't have one so I don't have any personal experience.

Over Christmas I bought my SIL the cart with the Iris Boxes. Iris Cart
I was able to use an additional 20% off coupon on top of the 50% off to get it for a great price. It was really sturdy and the drawers are the Iris boxes with a lid. I think Ms carries them too.
ca angel

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Posted: 1/2/2013 12:49:35 PM
What CAangel said. DH has a couple of the ones you're thinking of buying- the stuff does get dusty, and they're not as sturdy as we would like them to be (he has work stuff- papers, forms, etc in the drawers). Also, the drawers aren't as wide as you'll want them to be for scrappy stuff.

I have an Iris cart with the boxes that close- much better! Great for scrappy stuff- well worth the extra expense (though I got mine for a great price, on sale somewhere). I can take out a drawer and lug it around with me to scrap, then replace it when I'm done.

LaughingandScrapping
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Posted: 1/2/2013 1:03:19 PM
I have two of the rainbow carts and they are very wobbly and don't hold a lot of weight.
I overloaded one of mine (my bad) and it tipped over and the frame bent.
I would look for something more sturdy.


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Posted: 1/2/2013 1:03:40 PM
I have a couple IRIS carts and they are fabulous! very sturdy and worth every penny. That Joann price looks a like a good deal. looks like free ship today too.

arelys1228
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Posted: 1/2/2013 1:06:15 PM
thanks so much CA angel i love that


i see most reviews are that its not sturdy may have to skip this purchase
i need at least 3 of the iris carts LOL maybe i will wait until they are 50 off
thanks all
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