Greenco Bed and Furniture Riser is made to lift your bed, desk, table, or any other furniture an additional 5.25". This is great for use either at your office or home. Why do you need it? A. If your bed is too low and you don't like that feeling, this item will solve your problem, by raising your bed. B. If you are pregnant or having blood circulation issues, you can insert only two of the bed risers so that your bed will be on angle and your feet will be raised. C. If you are short in storage space underneath your bed, this will make you gain 5.25" in height, which can be used for storing taller containers. D. If you are too tall for your short desk, this may be your solution and give you that extra space you need. What is the weight limitation? Greenco Bed and Furniture Riser is made out of heavy duty super strong plastic. Each lifter can hold up to 300 lbs., which means a total of 1200 lbs. This is definitely enough for your bed or any other kind of heavy furniture.
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Made of heavy-duty unbreakable plastic; can carry even the heaviest furniture in your home.
Great for creating more storage space underneath your bed.
May be conveniently used on virtually any type of bed; features a 1-inch raised edge to keep bedpost or caster securely in place.
Bed risers may be stacked together when not in use to conserve space. Made in the USA.
Works with a maximum bedpost diameter of 3 inches
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