Kidkraft Two-Step Stool
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That extra step! Perfect for those hard to reach places, like brushing teeth and helping Mommy! This two-step stool has that extra step making it easier for toddlers as well as a few more inches in height. Sturdy KidKraft stool combines solid workmanship with style. Appropriate for children ages 3 to 8 years old.
Measures: 15.38"L x 13"W x 14.13"H"
Low step is 6" H
Just what I was looking for
270 people found this helpful.
I wanted something tall enough so that my 2 1/2 could brush his teeth and wash his hands without me picking him up or putting him on the counter. I bought another stool and it wasn’t tall enough for my cabinets. This one is a 2 step stool and is white, which matches my bathroom. (See attached photos). My son has gained more independence with this stool.
Great sturdy little stool that gives my 2 year old …
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Great sturdy little stool that gives my 2 year old just a little more reach to use the sink. Super slippery though! We added some non-slip tape and now it’s great!
This stool is great. It not only looks nice but it is …
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This stool is great. It not only looks nice but it is stable and high! I purchased several olastic stools that either tipped or too low for my 16minth old son to reach the sink and toilet. I did add clear anti slip adhesive strips to both steps though for added safety and am happy with it. My son also loves it.
I love this stool
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I love this stool. I have bought plastic ones for about 6 years now for my children. Plastic ones slip or bend or flip or the rubber feet fall off (or get pulled off…). I tried the folding ones, while although great for temporary use and compact storage, NOT a good idea with children. Finally I decided to spend the extra money on a wooden stool and found this one from Pidoko Kids for a price not a great deal more than what I spent on some of the other stools. This one put together easy with an allen wrench, it is sturdy, it doesn’t slip. It is heavy enough my children do not tote it around the house (yet) but light enough to push out of the way or carry to another room if I need to. What I may like the best is that this stool is taller than the plastic stools. My youngest son would climb on the cabinet door handles because the plastic stools were not tall enough to reach the bathroom sink. Now he can reach it without risking slipping off of the rounded handles or risking damage to the cabinet doors. A bonus is that this is a lovely stool and makes my home feel more like a home and less like a daycare, which is always helpful in terms of sanity.
Perfect for Petite Toddlers
This is the tallest step stool I could find for my very petite daughter. She is barely 31″ tall at almost 2 years old and I needed a step stool that could help her reach the sink for hand washing after using the toilet. With a faucet extender, she is able to wash her hands with water all by herself (not capable of reaching water on/off). Love the quality of this step stool. It is adorable and very sturdy. Easy assembly, too.
Seek better options. This one is POOR at BEST.
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No published weight limit in the paperwork. It is easy to put together but poor quality pressboard material. It goes together with loose fitting dowels and only 8 screws (4 on each side). The poor quality of the pressboard is evident when you try to put the screws in without stripping them out of the predrilled holes with plastic inserts.
Stool is made from particle board instead of solid wood so if the stool gets wet, the boards will warp. There are also a couple gaps on the side that I can’t remove no matter how I screw the boards together. The stool also slides around on my tile floor which is very unsafe for a toddler. The back of the stool is also angled so my son is a few inches away from the counter top.