Cramer Kik-Step Stool (Black or Beige)
About this item
- Heavy-duty step stool that you can kick to position
- A sturdy boost of 14 inches
- Easy to move
Reaching the top shelf in your kitchen or the winter gear tucked deep in your closet has never been easier than with the convenient Cramer® Kik-Step® Stool. This is not just an ordinary step stool, it is designed to be easily kicked to where you need it so all you have to do is step up without ever carrying your stool or bending over to move it. The plastic step stool moves so easily because it has rollers that become usable when there is no weight on the stool itself. The wheels retract when you step on the heavy-duty step stool which gives you a secure 14" boost off the ground.
If I Use the Cramer Kik-Step Stool in My Kitchen, Will It Be Noticeable?
No. The black step stool and beige step stool are both neutral colors that can go anywhere without attracting too much attention. In addition, the modern step stool design is unique and interesting which makes it appear to be a useful item to have access to throughout the house.
Will the Cramer Kik-Step Stool Roll Away While I Am On Top of It?
No. This heavy-duty plastic step stool stays put when weighted. Some small children might have a difficult time getting the wheels to completely retract, however, all adults should weigh enough to completely retract the wheels.
Can I Roll the Step Stool on Carpet?
The stool can also roll on carpets, but the roll will not be as smooth as hardwood floors, concrete or linoleum. The shorter and less padded the carpet is, the easier it will roll.
Can I Use the Cramer Kik-Step Stool For My Child's Tooth Brushing Step Stool?
This step stool could be used for a child that cannot reach the bathroom sink yet, however, you should first be sure that he or she weighs enough to completely retract the wheels. In addition, it is possible that the stool will provide too much of a boost to reach the bathroom sink. This step stool is ideal for reaching very tall cabinets or cleaning hard to reach areas.