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|Product Type: Appliance||Color: Brown|
|Hardware Finish: Nickel||Powder Coated Finish: Yes|
|Primary Material: Wood||Hardware Material: Steel|
|Solid Wood Construction: Yes||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Non Toxic: Yes||Battery Required: No|
|Cabinets Included: Yes||Drawers Included: No|
|Shelves Included: Yes||Handles Included: Yes|
|Legs Included: No||Gender: Male; Female|
|Age Group: 3 to 4 Years; 5 to 6 Years; 7 to 8 Years||Turnable Knobs: Yes|
|Kitchen Accessories Included: No||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Product Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Installation Required: No|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: Limited lifetime|
|CPSIA or CPSC Compliant: Yes||Greenguard Certified: Yes|
Combining their responsibility to the community and their desire to be environmentally conscious, they have a program to reduce (or better yet, re-use) what they would normally dispose of... Early Childhood Resources has eliminated almost all of their cardboard waste by implementing commercial cardboard shredding equipment in its facilities to convert cardboard destined for the landfill into some of the best packing material available.
Competition typically demands lower costs and with it, labor intense jobs are being exported faster and faster every year. Early Childhood Resources, being committed to "Maximum Value," balances the demands from the marketplace with the practicality and social values of finding ways to maximize the capabilities of those in our community with developmental disabilities, and want to work! The program provides a stimulating and developmentally enriching environment. These individuals gain valuable social and work skills while earning competitive wages, and creating "Maximum Value" in their products.
like it a lot
Grannie from Madison WI – Verified Buyer
This was purchased for a two year old who loves it. There was a problem almost right away with the pretend nozzle for the sink, but I was able to repair it. The customer service staff at Early Childhood Resources was very responsive to my question about it and gave advice on how to put it back together. Check the magnet closures on the doors before a child uses it and often during play. These are strong magnets. One just fell out of one of the other kitchen pieces we bought, and this has the same mechanism. Better to prevent a choking or swallowing hazard by some checking.