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Cap Rack 24 System: "Does It Work?"

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TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Ladies, does your husband have a disorganized mess of ball caps around the house? If you think about it, they're not the easiest things to put away. You can't really put a cap on a hanger, and you can only stack them so high, before they tip over. That's why we got hold of the Cap Rack 24 system. Hold on to your hats. This week, we put it to the "Does It Work?" test.

It's touted as the world's first cap storage system. Out of the box, it hangs 24 caps. But it can be expanded with extra equipment to hang 48. At first glance, it kind of reminds you of a dinosaur spine or something. Very odd looking.

The kit comes with all the hardware you could need. You can hang it flat against the wall if you like. We chose to install it with the included ceiling hook. Simply hang the rope and space out the specially designed cap holders--the vertebrae, if you will--and you're ready to go.

Now, if your caps don't have buttons on top, this system is not for you. But most caps do. With this system, they're necessary to secure the caps in the Cap Rack's specially designed holders. Each holder has two clips, so you can hang two caps on each. The caps come off as easily as they go on.

And when we're done, we have 24 caps nice and organized, easily accessible and kind of decorative in a "manly" sort of way.

"Does It Work?" We give the Cap Rack a "yes."

We paid $19.99 for the Cap Rack at Tyler's Bed, Bath & Beyond.

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