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Features twelve 13" x 15" x 13" compartments Can be used vertically or horizontally to maximize the use of space in almost any room Crafted of 54% particle board, 39% MDF, 6% paperboard, and 1% iron for durability Each cube can support up to 30 lbs. Top panel can support up to 100 lbs.

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