Treehaus Wood Play Kitchen
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- Features a stove, oven, pantry cabinet and removeable sink basin
- Made of wood
- Free of phithalates and BPA's
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The Treehaus Wood Kitchen is a classic play kitchen featuring a stove, oven, pantry cabinet, and removeable sink basin. The perfect gift for pretend kitchen play time.
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The quality of the wood is good. It is untreated, so you can leave it unfinished, or stain it to your preference, which is exactly how I like it. As expected for the very low price, there were some minor quality issues here and there, which is the reason for 1 star deduction: Some of the holes were a bit splintered on the wood surface (sandpaper fixed that). The knobs for the sink and stove do not turn (can easily be fixed by buying different type of screws ;) ). It is VERY hard to line up the two doors completely straight...but it is absolutely possible ;)
So. My judgement for this product: It is an absolutely viable option for those of us who want a wooden playkitchen for their kids and not one of those terrible plastic ones - but can not afford to spend $200+ for one! I might even buy a second one for my daycare, before they are all sold out ;)
There was a note inside the box that stated that due care was needed as this store display was very fragile. This was suppose to be for children to be played with not a FRAGILE store display. After soom reinforcing with additional fasteners did I think it would hold up to kid's play. The oven door hinges were not as shown. They hinge from left to right not as an oven door usually opens.
Also the image on the box has the wood a golden yellow, it is not. Its plain old white pine, it has a very light color. And the wood is unfinished. I plan on staining ours and giving it a few clear coats, otherwise the raw wood, especially pine, will get dirty very quickly and its impossible to clean.
Bottom line, buy it if its cheap enough. And be prepared for a stubborn assembly project.
Buy something else unless you are moderately good with power tools.
This was planned to be a major part of Christmas for my son, and I am so disappointed in this. I'm so glad I didn't wait to assemble it.