Hello, very excited about trying this.
I am not fully understanding your use of the holes for the adjustable height of the second step.
Can you please explain that process in more detail?
Thank you David. The holes are so that you can move the step up and down based on the height of the child using the project.
My son is fairly tall, so I leave the step lower so that the guard rail does the job of holding him in. My daughter will eventually inherit the step stool, and at that point I will have to adjust the step higher because she is pretty short.
Essentially you just use four wood screws and move the second step as needed to adjust for the height of the child.
Thank you, and please let me know if you have any other questions.
Happy building, and I hope you enjoy the project.
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