Kitchen Step Stool

The construction of multiple kitchen step stool or involving complex design details may take longer. Measure the height of the bar of the kitchen island or table. Subtract 9-13 inches to get the correct height of the stool. Build first leg: measure the height of the stool legs, check the fit and cut four legs of the wooden board. Sand legs are cut once. Then cut the top of feces. Sand down as well. Legs sure to cut exactly the same length.

In the same timber used for the legs, cutting two strips of wood between two legs to hold the seat bottom kitchen step stool. Measure the length of these strips of wood turning the place upside down seat and legs where they will attach to the seat. Measure the distance between the legs, then cut the strips of wood to that size.

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Glue and clamp the legs to the seat bottom stools. Allow the glue to dry. Once dry, clean it with sandpaper. Paste the two strips of wood to the bottom of the seat legs once dry. Coloring wooden kitchen step stool or apply a clear finish. Allow the first coat to dry, then add a second. A cushion can also be placed on top once the stain or clear finish coats have dried.

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