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Perfect for anyone with apple trees, this traditional apple storage rack can help you keep apples fresh for longer. With a narrow build, this rack is great for those with smaller homes and less storage space. This wooden rack comes with ten sliding drawers to provide quick and easy access and has slatted bases to allow for optimum airflow to help prevent rot. This sturdy pine rack comes flat-packed for quick and easy home assembly. Don't stop at apples - this versatile rack is great for storing a whole range of fruits and vegetables.
This Storage Rack is also available in other sizes:
5 Drawer Storage
10 Drawer Storage
When stored correctly, apples picked in the autumn can last until spring, so storing them carefully is very important. Here are some handy tips to make the most of your apple storage rack:
Damaged apples are great for making cider, apple juice and chutney. Put your old, damaged or bruised apples to good use with a handy apple press and have freshly squeezed juice whenever you want.
Up to 10 or 12 apples can be collected in one roll. Lightweight, durable and works on flat or uneven ground where the grass is not overgrown. A handy tool is supplied to help empty the apple wizard. The Apple Wizard can be used to collect other top fruits, walnuts and even to collect golf balls and tennis balls
"Brilliant for long term Apple storage."
Reviewed Wednesday, 3 October 2018
"Excellent product .great value"
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 October 2018
"nice product for the price"
Reviewed Friday, 17 November 2017
"Easy to construct....easy to use....already very useful"
Reviewed Thursday, 19 October 2017
"Excellent and good value !"
Reviewed Sunday, 1 October 2017
"Simple to put together but good strong storage."
Reviewed Sunday, 24 September 2017
"Well designed storage unit. It took a little more time to assemble than I had expected."
Reviewed Thursday, 21 September 2017
"already stated, see previous comment"
Reviewed Monday, 11 September 2017