Reader Project: Flip Flop Step Stool
Adding a few personalized touches to The Family Handyman’s design, reader Jeffrey Pease built the Flip Flop Step Stool, originally
Adding a few personalized touches to The Family Handyman’s design, reader Jeffrey Pease built the Flip Flop Step Stool, originally published in the April 2015 issue, for his granddaughter.
Photo: Jeffrey Pease
With his son being a huge Batman fan and his granddaughter being named not-so-coincidentally Robin, Jeffrey thought it fitting to add the signature “R” and red and yellow colors of his granddaughter’s namesake superhero character.
Photos: Jeffrey Pease
“I added safety features such as cross-routed grooves for traction on each step,” Jeffrey says, “and roughed-up a pair of brass washers on each ‘axel’ bolt, which are also overtightened so the back slowly lowers to the floor, preventing a guillotine effect on her toes. (I couldn’t find steel-toe slippers.)”
What a fabulous take on this project, Jeffrey!