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ZCL Step Stool Folding Ladder Stool for Kids 2 Steps Wood Foot S

$190

ZCL Step Stool Folding Ladder Stool for Kids 2 Steps Wood Foot S

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Product description

Color:Wood Color

BRAND:ZCL
Product Name: ladder stool
Quantity: 1 piece
material: wood
Insulation: Fully insulated
Specifications: 40*40*45cm
Type: pedal bench, bathroom stool, children ladder stool, pad stool, solid stool
Scope of application: home, office, living room, bedroom, etc.
Technology: selection of high-grade environmentally friendly paint, odorless, safe and healthy use
Product manual:
1. Small size and easy storage
2. Strong bearing capacity, bearing capacity 100kg, stable and safe
3. Anti-slip design, safe and reliable
note:
1. If there is any damage during transportation or you are not satisfied, please contact us by email, we will solve it for you in time, please believe us
2. Size description: manual measurement, there will be 1-2cm error, depending on the actual size
3. Picture description: This product is taken in kind. Due to light, angle, display, etc., there will be a little color difference, please forgive me.

ZCL Step Stool Folding Ladder Stool for Kids 2 Steps Wood Foot S

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