Mr. Ironing Board, Amish Ironing Board
Oct 11, 2020
This is exactly what I was looking for. American-hand-made built baby. Listen if you want quality, buy this. If you are weak and want something made over seas, this is not for you. This is not for buttercups. America baby.
Needed New Screws
May 21, 2020
I bought this even though the other person did not give it a good review. I figured I would try it out. I took it out and needed to put it together which is no problem for me. I am very handy and do all the construction work and assembly in our home. I looked at the screws and they needed a square to screw them in. Who the heck has a square to screw in wood screws. I needed to go to the hardware store and buy new screws that would use a normal screw. Maybe it is just me, but I have both metric and standard items, hexes, but not squares, as they are not the norm. I suggest either putting in a square to screw them in or change the screws.
Apr 4, 2020
the Amish ironing board was certainly not worth what your asking. I totally agree with very disappointed; the construction is rough, one coat of varnish that is rough AND i have to put it together. A woodworker could easily make this in a home made shed; all the edges are rough (I can see how very disappointed got a splinter) . I got the dark varnish because the lighter one was not available but it is certainly NOT worth 200.00.
Lehman's says: We are so sorry you feel this way! Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can make it right!
Jan 14, 2020
I ordered this ironing board with great anticipation, particularly given the wonderful write-up by both the Lehman family and the description of being USA/Amish-handmade. I was looking for a replacement to the usual horrible metal folding ironing board that lets out a pterodactyl shriek whenever you open it. Upon opening the package and attempting to remove the product, I got a splinter handling one of the legs, right off the bat! I feel that this product did not at all meet the standards one expects from handmade in the USA, by Amish craftspeople, by a family-owned business that has a lot of pride, etc. The assembly that would have been required was not terrible but also somewhat more than one would want in a $180 ironing board. Mainly the (lack of) finishing sanding on all the parts was the most dismaying.