This step stool is designed for children who are more sure-footed, yet not tall enough to reach intended targets. The stool is built from our sturdy birch plywood and features two non-skid treads on each step. Smooth rounded corners and solid construction add up to a step stool that provides a very safe climbing experience for a young child.
19" wide x 15" high x 16" deep.
Made in the USA
When you order from Whitney Brothers, you're not dealing with a subsidiary of a multi-national wood products conglomerate; you're doing business with a New England tradition. Since 1904, Whitney Brothers has been using classic cabinetmaking techniques to produce safe and sturdy educational toys. Now, they're also a leader in developing versatile, innovative furniture and storage systems for schools, day-care centers, and private homes.
Whitney uses the finest hardwoods and veneers and traditional joinery methods for strength. Edges and corners are always rounded smoothly and finished by hand. And, of course, all glues, paints, and finishes are nontoxic and clean up quickly. Whitney Brothers makes it easy for you to decide which products are best for your classroom, and they're dedicated to making sure each product can be used safely by generations of children.
NOTE: PO Box delivery is not available.
This product does not ship to the APO address and the following state(s): HI, AK, PR.
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