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South Shore Step One Full/Queen Headboard - Natural Maple

Item# 187000003113-270P | Model# 3113-270 | Added on January 1, 2000 |
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South Shore Step One Full/Queen Headboard - Natural Maple
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European-inspired, this full/queen headboard (54/60") is suitable for a 54" or 60" bed. Its geometric lines and Natural Maple finish will add complementary elegance to your bedroom.

      • Designed to be attached to platform beds 3013203, 3013217 or 3113233 for a complete kit
      • Can also be attached to a standard full (54’’) or queen (60'') metal bed frame
      • The back surface is not laminated
      • Comes in 1 box
      • Complete assembly required by two adults (tools not provided)
      • In order to reduce the risks of damage to a minimum during shipment of your furniture, our packaging is ISTA 3A certified
      • Manufactured from eco-friendly, EPP-compliant laminated particle board carrying the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification
      • Made of non-toxic materials and components
      • Made in Canada
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Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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Anna Brown
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Complements the matching platform bed, could be sturdier (installation tips below)


I like the look of this headboard with the matching platform bed by South Shore. It only came with 2 screws to attach it, though, and they both stripped during installation. I went to the hardware store and got 6 1/4 inch hex bolts, 6 wing nuts, and 12 large washers. I then used my new Craftsman drill from Sears to drill matching 1/4 inch diameter holes in the headboard and bed. The headboard is much sturdier now, and it will be easy to disassemble when I move. It was definitely worth the extra work to install it this way.
UPDATE: I used Minwax One Coat Polyurethane to coat the unfinished back of the headboard, where the particle board and MDF were off-gassing. The off-gassing was causing me to have headaches and problems with my asthma, but the polyurethane sealed it and now I'm good. It's a bit ridiculous that I had to disassemble this and coat all surfaces not covered by the paper veneer, but that's on the manufacturer. If the smell bothers you, consider polyurethane.

January 12th
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