Pedi Stool is a fold-out footrest that's been made to allow people to clip and paint their toenails or tie their shoes without bending down into an uncomfortable position. Each footrest has an angled platform for users to place one foot on, along with a built-in magnifying glass and an LED light that have been included to help users see their feet more clearly. It's specified that when you're not using your footrest, it'll fold flat for storage purposes.
The cost of Pedi Stool is $29.99 plus $4.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Pedi Stool at the discounted price of only $4.99 for a total price of $39.97.
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To get started with your Pedi Stool, fold out the legs and then set the footrest up on a flat surface, like a little table.
To perform a pedicure, get out the supplies you'll need, such as nail clippers and a bottle of nail polish. Ideally, you should store your nail polish on the small foam shelf in the footrest's bottom left corner. Nail clippers and other small tools can either sit anywhere on the flat part of the footrest's surface or go in the small pull-out drawer at the back of the device.
Next, place one of your feet (the one you want to work with first) on the footrest's angled white platform. This will tip your foot at an ideal angle, so you'll be able to work with it without having to stretch your hands or bend your back too far. While one foot is on the platform, it's best to keep the other one flat on the floor.
Typically, once one of your feet is resting on the white platform, you'll need to complete your pedicure on that foot. Alternatively, if you only need to tie your shoe, you can do that at this point, and then remove your foot from the platform. If you've completed a toenail-painting job, you should leave your foot resting on the platform for a few minutes until the paint dries.
No matter what you've done to one foot, you'll probably want to do the same thing on the other side, so you'll need to switch the foot that's resting on the platform.
When you're done working with both feet, stash any small tools you've used away in the pull-out drawer, and store any other supplies (such as nail polish) where you'd usually store them. Fold up the legs on your footrest and store it under a piece of furniture, against a wall or anywhere else you choose to in your home.
Each Pedi Stool's main surface is bright blue, a shade that many people tend to like, regardless of their age or gender.
As you work with the foot that's resting against your footrest's angled platform, the built-in magnifying glass behind it will help you see your foot more clearly. Therefore, you'll be less likely to make messy strokes that put nail polish on your skin, or accidentally clip your skin while you're cutting your toenails. The magnifying glass is attached to a flexible cable, so its angle can actually be changed if you want to magnify different parts of each foot.
Every footrest also has a built-in LED light that's actually built into the magnifying glass. You probably won't need this all the time, but you can turn it on if you're in a dim or dark room and want to see each of your feet with complete clarity. Since LED lights can burn for up to hundreds of thousands of hours before they need to be replaced, this LED light may last you for several years.
If you're going to be painting your toenails, you'll be able to pull out the built-in drip tray at the front of your footrest. True to its description, this tray will catch wayward drips of nail polish so they don't end up on your flooring, your furniture, or your clothing. If it gets covered in drips and starts to look unattractive, you can simply push it back into the footrest when you're not using it, so few people will ever see it.
Due to the fact that each Pedi Stool folds up, and each one weighs no more than a few pounds, this footrest comes with a high degree of portability. Most users will be able to quickly move it from room to room, and you may even want to use yours outside on a porch or in your yard. If you ever want to transport this footrest away from home, you can fold it up like a lawn chair and store it in your vehicle's trunk or backseat. In fact, it'll likely take up less space than an average-sized lawn chair.
Without a device like this one, you might decide to prop your feet up on a couch, a coffee table, or an easy chair in order to paint or clip your nails. If you do this, though, you might accidentally dribble nail polish on your furniture, ruining its look. Nail shavings could also end up in random places, for other people to stumble upon when they sit down. Luckily, using the Pedi Stool will help you avoid those issues, as it'll restrict your feet and any associated mess to this footrest alone.
If you keep your feet off your furniture while painting or clipping them, and you don't have a Pedi Stool, your only other option will be resting them on the floor or ground. Aside from the fact that flooring can also get ruined, having to stretch your hands and bend your back towards the floor can be painful, especially for those people with mobility issues. Your reach will be shorter once you use this footrest, though, so you should experience minimal pain or no pain at all as you complete a pedicure.
You could try to use this type of footrest to rest a hand on when you want to paint or clip your fingernails, but its angled platform hasn't been designed for hands. The platform is much bigger than an average-sized adult hand is, so even if you rest one of your hands there, it might slip and slide around. This, in turn, might lead you to make painting and clipping errors.
If you regularly go to a salon to get your toenails painted or clipped, because you can't reach them very well on your own, you may be able to limit or eliminate those visits. After you obtain a Pedi Stool, comfortably reaching your toenails may be possible again, and that will enable you to do your pedicures on your own. The same goes if you often have your feet moisturized at a salon, or have any other topical foot treatment done. When you're no longer traveling to a salon, sitting in the waiting room and spending at least a half-hour at appointments, you may have up to a couple more hours free in your week.
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