Adam’s Standard Step Stool provides a sturdy yet lightweight detailing accessory to your arsenal. Featuring locking legs and grip tape to prevent any slipping or mishap, this working platform allows you to wash roofs, roof boxes, and work vans with ease. Adam’s Standard Step Stool allows users and detailing professionals to get to the most overlooked area of your detail… the roof! The locking design and slip-resistant surface elevates you a foot and a half off the ground and it light enough to be easily moved.
This is exactly what I needed for reaching the top of my car, super sturdy and has the weight limit I need as I'm not a small guy.
I love the look of the ladder but the plastic feet are dangerous. I attempted to clean my windshield on my truck and the ladder slipped out from under me. Yes the floor was wet because I just washed it. Unfortunately this thing will sit in my garage because it is dangerous unless you use it under total dry conditions. This is the first Adams product I have ever purchased that was below my expectations.
...unless you want to break your face. This stool is the biggest disappointment of all time. My driveway has a slight slope to it and, when I wash the roof of my truck and suv, the little step stool I use wants to tilt over on the hill. Imagine my surprise when I came across this 38 inch wide step stool. “Great”, I thought. “This thing will never tip over.” Well, I was right! This thing will never tip over. What they don’t tell you is that the feet of the stool are plastic. What happens when plastic feet are set on a wet driveway with a slight incline? Well, your stool becomes a surf board. I was washing my truck on December 23 and almost ended up with a broken face for Christmas. Good thing that the stool has “grip tape for extra grip and safety”. I was able to get enough traction to jump off and only stumble instead of slamming my face into the side of my truck. There’s $75 I’ll never use again. Very disappointed. I mean, you know that people are going to be using the thing on wet pavement. Selll the damn thing for $80 and put some rubber pads on the feet to keep it from sliding and keep people from hurting themselves.
First, when the box arrived, it was absolutely mangled, like it had been jumped by every other box in the delivery truck. However, the step was unharmed. I have a 6 inch lifted Silverado with 35’s, and I can now reach over the roof to wax and wash with ease, I’m a bug guy, and the thing feels stable as can be. The o Lt design flaw is that the step nearest to the ground has no grip like the top. Anyone washing a vehicle will have wet shoe soles. I slipped even with non slip shoes. It was a simple fix to add skateboard grip tape on the steps, and it now feels safe. Adam’s Polishes, make this thing perfect by adding grip to the small step. Solid and a must have otherwise.
well prior person must have gotten a way better model then i received. my box looked like it was opened prior and one of the locks for bottom was badly bent out of the box. the screws were already stripped also at this point. we will see if the second one is any better .
Adam’s Standard Step Stool weighs under 15lbs and provides a sturdy working surface for any detailing job. Whether you’re polishing, ceramic coating, or simply drying off the roof line, this detailing platform gives you peace of mind and a reliable foundation. Not only is the working area covered in high-quality grip tape, but the feet themselves are rubberized to avoid scratching on fragile floor finishes and give additional stability.
This step stool can hold up to 600lbs of direct weight, meaning you can easily have a wash bucket and supplies on top of the platform with you to avoid a bulky process! This lightweight aluminum ladder is a simple but effective tool to take your detailing process to the next level… literally!
Warning: Electrocution Hazard: This product conducts electricity. Watch for wires. Before use: Always make sure both legs are fully extended and catches locked before use. Always make sure the platform treads are clean and dry. Always make sure the platform is placed on a firm, level ground. Always wear flat shoes. In Use: Always have both feet on the platform. Never overreach or overstretch. Never position the platform behind a door. Always be aware of your surroundings. After use: Always take care while getting down from the platform. Always store the platform with the legs folded.