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SKU: conf_kidkraft_step_n_store
The KidKraft Step 'N Store gives kids a boost to wash hands, grab a book from a shelf and more. With a low center of gravity, the sturdy KidKraft Step 'N Store prevents tipping for safe use. It features side cut-outs for convenient portability and a storage compartment below the top step. The KidKraft Step 'N Store is for ages 3 years old and up.

Features & Benefits:

  • Sturdy KidKraft Step 'N Store
  • Gives kids a boost
  • Low center of gravity prevents tipping for safe use
  • Side cut-outs for convenient portability
  • Storage compartment under top step
  • Made of wood
  • Made from solid wood and MDF
  • Weight: 8.65 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 14"W x 10"H x 12.5"L
  • For ages: 3 years old and up
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KidKraft Step 'N Store (Espresso)
 
3.0

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3.0

Difficult to assemble but ok step stool

By SMC

from Gaithersburg, MD

About Me Parent of Two or More Children

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Pros

    Cons

    • Hard To Assemble

    Best Uses

    • Toddlers

    Comments about KidKraft Step 'N Store (Espresso):

    This step stool is serving it's purpose in helping my 3 year old reach the bathroom faucet for hand-washing. However, it was very cumbersome to assemble and the last few screws were so hard to reach that I couldn't actually finish the job. I am hoping it will hold up in its "almost assembled" state but I wouldn't be surprised if it cracks or breaks because I wasn't able to get the screws in. Definitely more attractive than those plastic step stools but right now they're looking like a good idea for the lack of assembly required!

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