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|Style: Modern||Material: Fabric|
|Room Use: Laundry room||Country of Manufacture: China|
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nice and compact
Linda from Cottonwood, AZ– Verified Buyer
My only problem with this laundry basket is that I wish I hard purchased a taller basket I have to bend over to push it along -- a 21 or 22 inch tall would have been great but I like the size and how easy it works.
Everything is fine
Sherry from Arkansas– Verified Buyer
Everything is fine with the laundry basket and canvas bag. There is nothing about it that I don't like
Annette from hitchcock, SD– Verified Buyer
Looks good - r
Mary from Melrose, MA– Verified Buyer
The liner should be bigger. I used the cords for pulling and they worked ok, but could be longer. On the whole it has met my needs and it has saved my having to lift a heavy basket
Handy thing to have!
Hayley from Arizona
I bought this for my front loaders. They aren't like top loaders. When you pull out your clothes, they fall all over the floor. This is the right height and size to collect a load of clothes in and than transfer to your dryer. I even take my dry clothes out and dump them in here and take to my bedroom to sort. If you have carpet,it has handles and you can carry it. If you have tile or wood floors you can roll it. It is not only handy, but made well.
perfect for wheelchair users
Mom from Oswego, NY
I line the hamper bag with a trash can liner, load the hamper with dirty laundry, & use my wheelchair to go to the laundry room in my apartment building. I put the clean laundry in the hamper bag & save the trash bag to reuse. The handle on one side of the hamper fits over a handle on the side of my wheelchair, so I go down the hall with it attached (hands-free). It fits between my legs on the elevator & going into the laundry room. It's really the perfect hamper for people in wheelchairs. I also leave it in the lobby of my apartment building when I take the bus to the supermarket. The bus driver loads & unloads the bags of purchases, & I get the hamper & load it up to take down the hall to my apartment. So it doubles as a grocery cart, of sorts.