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Bucket seats for kids made from plastic pails
"Kids love them especially for watching TV," says Rich Den Hartog of the bucket seats he makes out of plastic 5 gal. pails. His wife Ann decorates them with contact pa-per.
"With girls, the most popular decal is Raggedy Ann or Sun bonnet girl," she points out. "Boys generally go for bears, Super-man, airplanes or clowns."
The cushioned seat (available in your choice of cotton, nagahyde or upholstery) is part of a self-contained 3-legged stool which is placed inside the plastic pail and secured with. three screws, one per leg, which run through the bottom of the pail and up into each leg.
The Den Hartogs sell their unique bucket seats, made from brand new white plastic pails, for $16 each, plus $5 for shipping.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Rich and Ann Den Hartog, 903 E. 8th St., Holland, Mich. 49423 (ph 616 3%-5182).


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1989 - Volume #13, Issue #3