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  • Sarah Johnston

    Dish rack organizer! Cute idea. For the new desk!?

  • Kim Hinrichs

    Repurpose an ordinary dish drainer to organize files/documents and office supplies! this would be great for my school desk

  • Rhonda Place

    dish drainer to organize file folders. such a great idea. School? Dorm? Kids Desk?

  • Ang Davis

    Out to Dry - I love the organizer "Create a personal filing system that meets your daily needs and makes sense to you, but make it easy to use. Intended for dishes, the slats of this drying rack stand file folders and notebooks at perfect attention. Use the slotted compartment designed for sponges to stash small office supplies"

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put the hanger rack on top and bottom for versatility? no hinges, maybe it's pivoting on a metal dowel run through the frame?