Freedom Step Stools by Primo Color:Pearl-White
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|Color||Blue , White|
|Product Type||Step Stool|
|Step Stool Features||Single Step , Non Slip Feet , Non Slip Standing Surface|
|Stool Type||Step Stool|
|Department||Home + Garden|
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(Jul 07, 2011) Reviewer: anonymous I like the look of this stool, the width, the size that it takes up is good but it just isn't tall enough for a toddler. That is a big deal for a stool, thus only 3 stars. My son is 3 and he is finally able to use it to wash his hands from the sink but still has to stand on his tippy toes to turn the water on and he is not a shorty! It is however an okay height for helping toddlers on and off the potty. We have had the stool since the very beginning of potty training and it has held up well and is easy to clean. It just isn't high enough!
(Jul 07, 2011) Reviewer: anonymous Not bad but not great. A bit flimsy but good for the price. My son uses it whenever he uses the guest bathroom and it works fine. For $9, I can't complain too much.
(Jul 07, 2011) Reviewer: anonymous I have a 2.5 year old and this proves to be just a little bit short for him to fully reach the sink. It's very sturdy and has not gotten to dirty to fast.
(Jul 07, 2011) Reviewer: anonymous I read the reviews on this product before I bought it, and although some of them say this stool isn't that great I bought it anyway, and I am glad I did. This step stool is sturdy and a good size for using to help your little one reach the toilet for potty training. My son is 45 pounds and it seemed to hold him with no trouble, no buckling or denting. One of the reviews I read says that the textured bumps on the surface are painful to stand on, and I have to disagree &40;this might be a design change&41; the textured bumps are not rough or pokey, they provide a surface that is not slick to stand on. The only downside to this stool is finding a place to store it, but that is a problem you face when you go with a sturdy non-foldable stool.