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Are you remodeling your kitchen and find yourself asking “What is the best function for this corner?”

Have you ever heard of a Super Susan?

If you associate Susans with a bad experience it is most likely due to the fact that it was lazy. We know you don’t want to hear it but a Super Susan is the best option.

Don’t get us wrong, other corner cabinet solutions are good too, a corner cabinet with a Super Susan is just better.

Unlike a Lazy Susan there is not a pole in the center of the rotating shelves. Super Susans rotate on a ball bearing system allowing for heavier items and a smoother flow.

While a Lazy Susan spins as a unified piece, a Super Susan is attached to a fixed shelf, allowing the turntables to spin independently. Thus allowing for maximum storage and accessibility. Leaving little to no dead space. As an added bonus, items can’t fall down and jam the function. Overall this particular Susan is bigger and allows for the full depth of corners to be utilized.

At the end of the day both options provide storage but, if your goal is to remodel your kitchen why not make it the best it can be? With endless possibilities of what can be stored, give yourself the chance to explore how a Super Susan best suits you!

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