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Clear The Clutter And Get Organized With Problem Solvers (Review & Giveaway)

A Little Bit About The Revolving Shoe Tree From Problem Solvers
Save Closet Space And Protect Your Footwear!  Chrome Shoe Trees take up very little floor space but hold plenty of shoes. The tiers revolve separately so you can get to the shoes you want with a quick spin. Weighted base.

Available Sizes:
  • Two-Tier 25"H, holds 12 pairs of shoes
  • Three-Tier 37"H, holds 18 pairs of shoes
  • Four-Tier 53"H, holds 24 pairs of shoes
  • Six-Tier 99"H, holds 36 pairs of shoes
Our experience
For some unexplained reason, my children and husband have a tendency to kick off their shoes in our front entry hallway and keep moving on their merry way. There the shoes will sit, until I usher them to their closets (but not before tripping over the shoe pile first, of course!). I know it's a small thing, but I must admit....IT.DRIVES. ME. CRAZY!

Problem Solvers had the perfect tool  for organizing the clutter and chaos in our hallway;  the Revolving Shoe Tree! Because we are a family of four, I went with the four tier option (two, three, four, and six tier options available). First, I would like to point out how pleasantly surprised I was by the weight to the base of the Revolving Shoe Tree. My main concern was that it wouldn't hold the weight of several pairs of shoes and still remain sturdy.  The sturdy weighted base ensures that it stays in place perfectly even when holding several pairs of shoes. All shoes are visible and easily accessible with the individually revolving tiers. This organizational tool has completely eliminated shuffling through the closet and peeking under furniture to find stray shoes  for the kid's (what a time saver)!

We each have our own tier to hold our shoes, and it takes up a minimal amount of space in our entry way with it's slim-line design. With the upcoming school year and change of seasons quickly approaching (which inevitably multiplies the footwear in our home-each of us with shoes, sneakers, and boots adds up quickly!) I'm thrilled to have the shoe clutter cleared and organized in such a functional (and stylish) way! Now everyone knows just where to find their shoes, and mommy has maintained her sanity.
You can find the Revolving Shoe Tree and other great item's at
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