Finally. A Pull Out Shelf made of real wood. Not plywood, not MDF, real Poplar Hardwood from the Appalachians.
Cabinet Quality Joinery. Our Deep Poplar Roll Out Shelf uses Biscuit Jointery. No weak dado joints, or dove-tailed joints that are strong in one direction and weak in the other. Biscuit Jointery is also invisible after the Roll Out Shelf is assembled. Dado joints and dove-tailed joints both show on the exterior. The invisible Biscuit Jointery in the 3-1/2" Tall Units enhances the natural beauty of the Poplar Hardwood sides.
Hand Crafted to fit virtually any cabinet or pantry. Made for us by SlidingShelf.com right here in the USA.
Specifications: Sliding Shelves are 22” long front-to-back. Shelf sides are 2" high for the Full Depth, and 3-1/2" high for the Extra-Deep. Sides and back are 13/16” thick Solid Poplar Hardwood. The shelf floor is 1/4” Birch Hardwood plywood, groove-captured into the sides and glued in place. Glides are rated at 100# load (75# dynamic), and have a limited lifetime warrantee. Sliding Shelves are hand sanded, ready for staining or painting, and are pre-assembled.
Easily installed to the cabinet floor or to existing kitchen or pantry shelves. Everything you need is included. You furnish the screwdriver, we send everything else.
Obvious Quality. The Hand Crafted quality is obvious in every Sliding Shelf from Shelf That Glides. Made of Native Poplar Hardwood, the beautiful wood grain in each Pullout Shelf is a joy to behold.
Tough-Tested Glides. Our glides that have been tested through 100,000 open/close cycles, and each Pull Out Shelf will carry a 75-lb load. They allow the Sliding Shelf to pull out about 16-1/2", revealing everything on the shelf for you. Optionally, you may select Full-Extension Glides. They pull out the full 22", so that you can see everything on the Sliding Shelf, and you can remove or replace any item without moving anything out of the way.
Poplar Hardwood takes any color stain exceptionally well, or is beautiful with just a seal coat. Mineral deposits absorbed while the tree grows create varying coloration throughout, providing the intriguing natural beauty of this wood. Lighter stains let this coloration show through, darker stains tend to even out the variations somewhat.