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Rubbermaid 1800005 5' x 6' Slide-Lid Storage Shed

Item# 07165310000P | Model# 1800005 | Added on March 4, 2012 |
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Keep Your Storage Safe and Sound You'll always have easy access to your lawn and garden equipment when it's stored in a Rubbermaid slide-lid storage shed. This large capacity shed is the perfect size for your push mower, tractor and landscaping tools. When you need easy access to supplies in the back, just slide the lid. You'll keep your equipment well protected all year round.

  • Low-profile shed is perfect by the side of the house or garage
  • A 96 cu. ft. capacity fits your riding mower, yard waste bin, mulch and other lawn care equipment
  • A weather-resistant, double-walled construction protects your stored items dry and in the shade
  • Maintenance-free design prevents leaks and dents
  • Easy to assemble and install
  • A sliding lid gives you easy access to your items in the back of the shed
  • 8 wall anchors let you add shelves to more efficiently utilize your storage space
  • Comes with a heavy-duty, impact-resistant floor
  • Unique cane bolt locking mechanism gives you added security
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By SlideShed
June 30th, 2018
Rubbermaid Shed

We got this shed to hold our lawn mower and bikes. It's too short for the adult bikes but it is great for the mower and all of our lawn tools. We are very pleased with it and it was easy to assemble.

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By islandprincessmj
June 30th, 2018
Terrible Buy

Has fallen apart since day one. Paid to put it together. Followed every one's instructions on here. Worst part is doors have blown open and broke hinges. Ordered new pieces to repair and it has happened again. Not too mention top roof was melted inwards by the heat of sun and has made it very difficult to slide rooftop open. Really regret this buy. Will never buy plastic again. For what I spent on purchase, shipping, labor charges, and reorder of parts and repairs, I could have had a nice wooden one built. : (( This one is headed for the dump unfortunately.

9 found this review helpful
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Rubbermaid 1800005 5' x 6' Slide-Lid Storage Shed


Went together easily although the instructions were not that good. I noticed my unit seems to be crooked as the roof doesn't line up at the left front corner. Also, the roof doesn't slide back without having to lift it a bit, then sliding it back. Great for storage though. Easily stores my gas rotary lawn mower without having to lower the handle.

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Perfect Storage Shed


Great shed to store lawn equipment and other items. Perfect size for what I needed. Easy to follow instructions and took about 2 hours to put together by my son and I.

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Screws screws screws


Not so much a snap. Thought it would be mostly snap and click together.

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Greg Mcleod
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Rubber maid slid shed


Great little shed for extra storage of lawn care equipment and or bikes. One person can put it together in about 90 minutes with a level surface. I have two.

August 2nd
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