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Old 07-31-2009, 05:29 PM

RE: Shelf Reliance shelves

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I think they take up too much space {but this is coming from a gal who has a good sized pantry and deep shelves perfect for stacking}. I can stack a Campbell's soup can 3 across 6 deep and 3 high in a section about 8 inches across. If you can make your own shelving or can afford to buy really good Costco or Home Depot shelving I would try that. JMO.....
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