Friday, July 17, 2015

Sodynee Nail Polish Table Rack Display Review

For every gal who loves nail polish and has countless bottles of them, you need something besides a plastic tub or vanity set to store them on.  Stride Promotions, from Amazon, was kind enough to send me the Sodynee Acrylic Nail Polish Table Rack Display.  This table rack display holds up to 60 bottles of nail polish!  I don't know about you, but I don't have that many nail polishes!  But, I'm sure that many of you have more bottles than you can count and that is why this acrylic table rack display is a perfect solution to all those bottles of nail polishes.  

Nail Polish Not Included

This Sodynee Acrylic Nail Polish Table Rack has 5 rows.  It is very easy to assemble, as all that comes in the box is a small sheet of paper that shows how to attach the two sides onto the rack.  It comes with a small package of screws and nuts.  You simple align the holes on the two side pieces, with the holes on the rack, and insert the screws and nuts.  The dimensions of the acrylic nail polish rack is approximately 16.5" length x 8" width x 7.75" height.  

Stride Promotion has a 100% warranty, so, for any reason you are not happy with the Sodynee Acrylic Nail Polish Rack...if it's cracked during delivery, if it breaks or you're just not happy with it, let them know and they will gladly replace the rack or refund your money.
You can't lose with that kind of guarantee and you'll have a rack that holds more nail polish than you could probably ever imagine.

This is a neat and organized way of keeping all your bottles of nail polish together.  No more hiding them in a tub and pulling it out when you need it.  No more nail polish scattered throughout the house.  You can purchase your Sodynee Acrylic Nail Polish Table Rack HERE

While you're there, check out other products by Sodynee, sold by Stride Promotion.  They have an acrylic rack that holds even more bottles of nail polish!

***I received a complimentary product, in exchange, for an honest review.  All opinions are 100% my own.

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