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White 6-Drawer Solid Wood Wide Roll Cart

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  • Solid Wood, no particle board, including drawer sides
  • Drawer accepts a ream of 8 ½” x 11” paper
  • On casters for mobility, can be refinished or painted
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This item is a solid wood alternative to plastic storage. The unit rolls under workspace to maximize space, but also keeps items in reach. It's Ideal for crafters to organize smaller items. The strong drawers are deep and wide enough to hold a ream of paper, drill or other tools and long kitchen wrap.
  • Solid wood, no particle board, including drawer sides
  • Drawers are easily removed to be carried to a working area for crafting / sewing
  • Drawers accept reams of 11 in. x 17 in. paper
  • Can be painted
  • On casters for mobility
  • Assembled dimensions 15.4 in. x 20.75 in. x 25.4 in.
  • Sustainable plantation grown pine, non toxic finish 8-available colors - med pine, black and white
  • drawer bottoms and back are hardwood
  • drawer runners are plastic and drawers have to be assembled.  Right & left side panels, drawer sides, drawer fronts, back cross bar and front cross bar are assembled with screws.
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Assembled Depth (in.)
15.35 in
Assembled Height (in.)
25.43 in
Assembled Width (in.)
20.75 in


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Product Weight (lb.)
29.05 lb
Storage Capacity (in.)
Less than 5 in.

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Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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  • 4.1
    out of 249 reviews
  • 65% recommend this product
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Difficult Assembly - Not All Wood - Not Recommended
My mom purchased this item (and the 6+2 version), both in pine to replace her desk and computer stand. The assembly is NOT easy - so do not believe anyone who said it was. 1. First, the directions were terrible. I have assembled several furniture pieces (both smaller and much larger than this) and the pictures and steps were unclear. This is not a simple 6-step assembly since each step contains 5 plus additional steps. 2. You NEED a drill. The instructions say hammer and rubber mallet (?) but unless you're Hercules you will require a drill. There are too many screws required to drill into wood directly. Most pieces that require screws do NOT have predrilled holes and are not flat surfaces. So good luck exhausting your arms if you attempt this by had. 3. It is not all wood as stated in other reviews and I had 4 pieces of that particle board stuff left over. The bottoms of draws are thin particle wood secured in the slats of 3 sides and with 2 tiny nails into the wood back of drawer. The back is also particle board material. The drawer roll bars are PLASTIC! They have to stretch to fit which means there is variability not found if they were metal and some drawers get a little sticky (rub over with a candle and it will solve that issue). 4. Holes are not pre-drilled. There are general holes predrilled for screw entry into a piece but not on the connecting piece. This made line-up incredibly difficult, laborious, and needing to be redone if not perfect. There are no indicators or holes for nailing particle board to the wood. 5. It does not roll nicely and attaching the wheels was ridiculous. You have to hammer the cheap plastic without damaging the wheels (called castors) really hard into another plastic piece. 6. You will damage and split the wood trying to get pieces to screw together properly. This is mentioned in other reviews so heed our warnings. We are optimistic that the final product will work as desired, although its assembly and quality does not meet our expectations. Do NOT recommend.
by KJKitz
    1 person found this helpful
    There are pros and cons. First the cons. 1. They say solid wood construction and that is misleadi...
    There are pros and cons. First the cons. 1. They say solid wood construction and that is misleading. Yes, there is a lot of solid pine but the back of the set, and the bottoms of the drawers are made of a composite. I'm not even sure what it is but it is thin and flimsy. 2. The drawer glides are plastic and feel inadequate. They just snap into predrilled holes. Nothing but friction is holding them in. 3. The flimsy drawer bottoms and guides are probably why the back of the unit says "SAFE WEIGHT LIMIT: 10 POUNDS PER DRAWER". Honestly, this is okay with me for the use I intended, but 10 pounds per drawer is way below what a lot of my storage cabinets will hold. 4. It has some predrilled holes but a lot of the construction is done by using the self tapping screws to drill directly into the pine. After the first board cracked I drilled holes to prevent it from happening again. Now some pros. 1. It has extra screws and dowels included. I actually used some of those screws to reinforce the drawer bottoms. 2. It actually looks pretty nice once it is assembled. I also ordered the tall file cabinet. I will not be assembling it. I'll return it to Home Depot, unopened. The paper in my filing cabinets weighs way more than 10 pounds per drawer and my next file cabinet will need to be able to handle this as well. To be fair, I expect to spend at least twice as much on a sturdier file cabinet.
    by Airedale
    • DIY
    4 people found this helpful
    dont waste your money!!!
    Its very small for the price. And the quality too its wood yeah but the thing that hold the drawer is plastis so
    by sils
      • Recommended Product
      7 people found this helpful
      Really not very high quality. But it's cheap. So I guess you get what you pay for.
      Really not very high quality. But it's cheap. So I guess you get what you pay for.
      by Printer
      • Verified Purchase
      7 people found this helpful
      Nice quality and easy to put together. Would definitely purchase this again!
      Nice quality and easy to put together. Would definitely purchase this again!
      by Studio
      • Verified Purchase
      • Recommended Product
      7 people found this helpful
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        by BABETTE
          This is the second unit of drawers we purchased. The...
          This is the second unit of drawers we purchased. The top board on the second cabinet had a crack in it that we repaired. We didn't want to wait for another unit.
          by wlpconst
            Assembly was a real pain
            There were a number of problems with the assembly. It took me 2 hours to do the draws and most of the next day to get it assembled. There are problems with the assembly (1) They do not re drill all the holes for the wood screws on the draws. This means, since the wood is hard and relatively thin compared to the size of the screw, that if you drive the screw in without a pre-drilled hole the wood could split. Rather then get my drill and pre-drill all the holes on the draws, I opted to glue them. I used Elmer's Carpenter Wood Glue. They came out fine and the who thing took about 2 hours. They had to dry overnight. Assembly of the frame ran into problems. The top piece fits into 4 dowel pegs sticking up on each side of the side panels. The problem is that the holes on the top are too close together so instead of getting a perfect square frame, you end up with a trapezoid with the narrow end at the top. Result- the top draw would not go in. I had to take it a part, which was more of a problem for me because I also used glue to assemble the frame. Then had to saw off the dowel pegs and using a right angle square, glue the top back on so the frame would be square. The other potential problem I saw was that the entire chest is supported only by four screws. The wheels are on two slats which mount onto the sides of the end pieces. I would have thought they would have had the sides sitting on top of the wheel slats to give it support to hold what could amount to 60 pounds at 10 pounds per draw. But no. I could see the potential of the entire chest breaking through those supporting screws and create a future problem. To solve this problem I added 5 inch 90 degree braces on the sides panels to transfer the weight more effectively onto the wheels slats. That cost me some extra money but I am sure it will be a benefit over the long term. It took me most the day to assemble, disassemble, reassemble and then add the corner braces. I will think twice before I buy another piece of furniture that requires assembly. Also, the draws slide on pieces of plastic, not on rollers. So if there is any heavy contents in the draw it does not slide very easily.
            by speed
            • Verified Purchase
            by HomeDepotCustomer
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