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Matte Black Steel "HOLD ALL" Magazine, Menu, Book + Letter Holder 22x13 cm

$39.00

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Matte Black "HOLD ALL" Wall Holder - High quality matte powder coated steel

✔︎ Highest Quality Guarantee
✔︎ Approved and graded for use in Residential and Commercial Projects
✔︎ Made in Australia
✔︎ Easy to install
✔︎ Sleek minimalist design to suit any decor
✔︎ Mount with a perfectly flushed finish - Comes with 3 screw holes, 3 screws and 3 wall plugs

A clever, wall-mountable holder for Newspapers, Magazines, Menus, Napkins, Documents, Files, Books, Catalogues and more.

IN THE HOME:
Use HOLD ALL in your Hallway, or next to your Front Door - A chic place to stash letters and keys.
Mount HOLD ALL in your Kitchen to showcase your favourite cook book or recipe cards.
Use HOLD ALL in your Living Room to display magazines next to a favourite armchair.
Mount HOLD ALL in your bedroom, a cute and convenient place to stash your mobile phone or current read.

IN A CAFE or RESTAURANT:
Use HOLD ALL to display and organise menus, napkins, magazines and newspapers.

AT THE OFFICE:
Use HOLD ALL to organise important files, display catalogues and more.

AT A DAY SPA or HAIRDRESSER:
Mount HOLD ALL next to each seat or in the waiting area, so that magazines are close at hand for clients to enjoy.

Colour: Matte Black
Size: 13cm (H) x 22cm (W) x 4cm (D)
Material: Matte Powder Coated Solid Steel
Weight: 700g

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: For a freight quote, please email hello@designstuff.com with the quantity required, and the country we will be shipping to.

*Sold as individual units. Screws are included.

There are three screw holes for mounting.
INCLUDES 3 screws (4mm x 30mm) and 3 wall plugs.

How to care for your powder coated product:
Maintaining the integrity of your powder coated products is just like caring for your car – and is a smart way to protect your investment. Over time with exposure to the elements, powder coatings may show signs of weathering such as loss of gloss, chalking and slight color change. A simple regular clean will minimise the effects of weathering and will remove dirt, grime and other build-up detrimental to all powder coatings. The best method of cleaning is by regular washing of the coating using a solution of warm water and nonabrasive, pH neutral detergent solution. Surfaces should be thoroughly rinsed after cleaning to remove all residues. All surfaces should be cleaned using a soft cloth, sponge or a soft natural bristle brush.

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