Interior ladder

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Richardspain
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Interior ladder

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Hello. So my kids are now big enough to climb on to the top bed but, however many times I tell them, they always stand on the counter when I’m not looking.

So I’m looking for an internal ladder. I’ve seen the gowesty one but I’ve also heard people use cheapo telescopic ones too that they can also use to get on the roof. Anyone got any recommendations? Obviously something that works and can be stored without taking up any space (the gowesty one goes above the bed apparently). Thanks.

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Thats the one I use, very sturdy, useful inside and out.Image

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Does it fit under the roof / above the bed?

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I just shove it wherever! Use it to get on to the roof rack as well so need it handy.

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I made a couple of treads and top to fit on the table leg for my daughter. Far more compact than lugging a gurt big ladder about. Can't give you a pic though as don't have the van and them any more.
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