It came with four short screws (for attaching to a cabinet door or side panel) and four longer screws with plastic rawlplugs, plus instructions for what size drill bit was needed etc.
With the help of a friend and a small spirit level, I held up the rack to the wall, and used a pen to mark the four screw holes. Drilled the holes (using an open envelope taped to the wall, under the hole, to catch the plaster and brick dust), put in the four rawlplugs, and then put up the rack (very light) while I screwed in each of the four longer screws. Worked first time!
Some of my larger kilner jars were a little deep for this rack, but all the standard spice jars, OXO boxes, mustard tins, tamari sauce bottles etc. fitted perfectly, as did the smaller square kilner jars.
Just what I wanted, works perfectly, fast delivery, nicely packed. It does what I expected, and came with all the instructions required to make installing it simple.
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