|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 0.6 x 3.5 inches|
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|Item model number||11-135CLGG4|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||10 Year Limited parts|
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Cosco Two Step Household Folding Step Stool
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- ESSENTAL FOR ANY ROOM - Height assist for cabinets, closets, and light cleaning.
- LIGHTWEIGHT - Easy to carry for multiple jobs.
- NON-MARRING - Leg tips keep floors clean.
- SECURE - Slip resistant step.
- STABLE - Continuous rear leg support. FOLDS FLAT - Easy Storage.
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Top Customer Reviews
It's very stable when open and you can pick it up and move it around and open and close it all with one hand. It's fine for painting 8 or 9 foot ceilings. It allows you to get pretty close to a vertical surface with the rear of the top step about 6" from the wall.
The steps are 14.5" wide and the bottom one is 8" deep and the top one is 10" deep. The bottom step is 9.5" from the floor and the top step is 20" from the floor. There are non-skid feet at all four corners and the steps have a deep diagonal safety tread. You can grab the back bar to steady yourself when stepping onto the bottom step and it touches your shins to provide a tactile clue to keep you steady when on the second step.
The metal has not rusted even though I keep it in the kitchen next to the refrigerator. Closed it is about 3" deep, 17.5" wide, and 42.25" tall so it's not hard to store.
I have since purchased an aluminum stool from Home Depot for under $20 which is rated Type II, is several inches higher than this item, and is much easier to carry around because of its light weight.
This one dissapointed me at first look, and I was very irritated when it slipped on my lenoleum kitchen floor.
I almost fell off. I need to figure out how to make it not slippery.
In the end I wanted a light and somewhat sturdy ladder. I couldn't find one anywhere else.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I’ve been putting off buying myself a step stool for a few years. I wasn’t honestly sure how much use I would get out of it, if it was even worth spending 20-40 bucks on. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Lisa Loveland
My girlfriend is short and this allows her to look down at me.I should not of purchased this. Now she talks down to me when she is changing the light bulb and pulling down... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Josh
This step ladder seems to be good quality. It was a little smaller than expected. It slips on my tile floor so I just have to be careful.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is not a heavy duty stepladder for standing on to do home repairs. It's also probably not a stepladder for very heavy people to be standing on. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Parachute Girl