Premium amp; Safe Material: Constructed by premium solid pine wood, this 3 tire Folding Step Stool is extraordinarily sturdy and durable for you and family to use for a long period of time.
More Space Saving: The 2 tiers can be easily hidden into the 3rd tier, so you can use it as a household ladder, dining stool, shelf, high stool, it's a multifunctional foldable ladder. Either for storage or put it aside is space-saving.
Convenient to Carry amp; Use: Even though it is sturdy and durable with large capacity of 198 lbs, it is light weighted for convenient transport, which can be taken up by kids or seniors without much efforts.
Meet the Daily Use: With this 3-step stool ladder, you can securely and safety do any chores such as reaching a high cabinet, changing the light bulb or washing the windows, our products make it easier to get any job done!
Overall Dimension of Stool Ladder: Stool ladde 15"L x 23"W x 30"H, Folding dimension: 15"L x 15"W x 30"H, Net weight: Approximately 18 Lbs, Weight capacity: Approximately 353 Lbs.
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