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Valet Clothes Rack, Antique bronze

Item#: 5277  | Customer Reviews: 1 of 5 (1 review)


Take a bit of convenient refinement with you wherever you need it with this portable valet.

Take a bit of convenient refinement with you wherever you need it with this portable valet.
HOUSEHOLD ESSENTIALS Valet Clothes Rack takes a bit of convenient refinement with you wherever you need it. Providing instant extra hanging space, this classic Antique Bronze Valet keeps clothes aired and properly hung without unsightly bulkiness.Use it next to your vanity to hold your next day's attire. Place it beside the ironing board to keep pressed items smooth and wrinkle free. Keep it by the washing machine to air delicates, or take it outside for an instant solar dryer; save energy and give your clothes the fresh air scent of the outdoors. Whatever your desires, your Household Essentials's Valet Clothes Rack is always ready to serve.

  • Portable garment rack sets up instantly
  • Folds flat for storage
  • Saves energy: ideal for drying clothes
  • No tools required
  • Convenient addition to guest rooms, dressing rooms, or powder rooms

Color: Antique bronze

Dimensions:
61h x 22.5w x 19.75d inch
154.9 x 57.1 x 50.1 cm



Assembly Tips and Troubleshooting

The crossbarrs won't connect.
Check to make sure the side frames (the crossbraces that look like giant Xs) are lined up so they are perfectly parallel.  This means that if you have the left leg of the left X pointing up and back (and consequently, the right leg of the same X pointing up and front), then the left leg of the right X is also be pointing up and back, and so on. This ensures the distance bewteen all poles is the same!  Okay.  Try again!

They still won't connect.
Check to make sure the end caps on your cross bars are attached to the pointed ends are pointing up or down, NOT out.  Then, wiggle the caps so that they are angled so that the points will continue to long line created by the side frames.

Still no?
Make sure that you are attaching the 2 side frames (crossbraces) to each other and NOT trying to connect the top of the same X to itself.  Crossbars should attach the top back of one X side frame to the top back of the other X side frame, and so.   

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    1 of 5   Posted by: Lana on 04/25/2018

    This was one of the most frustrating items I have ever purchased. It should have come already assembled to begin with. Secondly a hole in one of the connectors was too small for any of the cross rods. The instructions were horrific. If companies buy crap from China, at least they can put it together to make certain all the parts are there and fit appropriately. Will be reviewing in my upcoming web page devoted to this item.

    HHE Reply:
    I'm sorry to hear you've had such a tough time! If you are every having problems with assembly, please give us a call at 1-800-922-5524. We're in St. Louis and can help, either with parts or replacing things if something is truly defective. The assembly is pretty basic. The legs form to giant X's, and then those X's get connected to each other, making two equal rectangles. It can take some wiggling to get rods, but that's partly to keep the assembly secure. However, impossible is never the goal!
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