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Today's only HLL T-Stepladder Ladder Stool Low Bedside Two Fashionable

HLL T-Stepladder Ladder Stool,Stool Ladder Low Stool Bedside Two

$88

HLL T-Stepladder Ladder Stool,Stool Ladder Low Stool Bedside Two

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Product description

Color:White,brown

Material: Wood (MDF / Fibreboard)

Additional features: multi-function

Ladder pedal number: two step stool

Design element: stitching

Additional features: storage

Style: European

Process: Choose a healthy paint, odorless, safe and healthy use

【Features】:

1. Non-slip design, easy to use

2. Can stand on the floor, children will not fall on foot

3. Heavy load, adults and children are suitable

4. Safety and environmental protection, ladder design, can seat to tread

Role: can be used for stools, children sit, you can also step on to get the height of things, but also on the bed for children to bed is also very convenient. Adults sitting on the bed or watching TV while resting, nice, and economical and practical

Note:

Delivery time 15-25 days, 30 days return

The item may be slightly different in color from the photo due to lighting or display.

A slight measurement error may occur due to the use of manual measurements.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us and your email will be answered within 24 hours.

HLL T-Stepladder Ladder Stool,Stool Ladder Low Stool Bedside Two

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