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Crayola Washable Kids Paint set of 10 Bottles (2 fl oz/59mL)
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- Set includes 10 different colors of washable kid's paint in 2 oz. Plastic bottles.
- These paints are recommended for ages 4 and up.
- The colors are yellow, violet, red, orange, magenta, blue, green, white, brown and turquoise.
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Size: 10 Bottles
Top Customer Reviews
I ended up using a tiny spoon to scoop out a glob of paint on to a paper plate. The colors are gorgeous, that's for sure! They also seemed to last a long time during play-thick enough not to spread but thin enough to be used extensively. My son had alot of fun, and the final product had a bit of texture to it that made it look nice framed (yes, I framed it...it looked like modern abstract art).
As far as the reviewer who complained about the staining on a white shirt...even with washable paints there's a chance that the paint won't come out all the way. It warns you of this on the label. Obviously, if something is of value, you're not going to have your kid paint in it. I just put one of my husband's old shirts over my son's shirt and that works fine as a smock. If he's wearing something really nice, I remove it and the risk entirely.
The paint washes off hands and brushes very easily.
My boys are 2 and 4 and I don't worry with these paints. I let them paint on card stock (printer paper is okay too but I prefer thicker paper) on the kitchen table and if they spill it washes up easily (even if I don't wash it until later that day). Also I had a chance to test out the washable part with fabric this week! My four year old got it all over his long sleeves (of course they were white) and on his swim shirt (rash guard) and all of the paint came out. I was surprised that the red and purple came out of the white long sleeves just because I didn't notice it until a little bit later that day. Just remember to follow the directions: wash in HOT water with NO stain way or pre-spotter. I ran them both under the hot water and scrubbed them a little and all but a little bit came out. Then I threw them in the wash on HOT and wa-lah, clean clothes.
I love these paints and they are well worth the price. :) If you want bigger bottles try the Crayola 4ct Washable Fingerpaints Primary or Crayola 4ct Washable Fingerpaints Secondary. They look great too!
Incidentally, I found that both the Crayola and Melissa & Doug paints wash out of clothes just fine as long as you do the following:
1. Run hot water over the stained area of clothing as soon as possible after your child's painting session in order to remove as much paint as possible.
2. Spray a pre-wash stain remover (i.e. Spray 'N Wash) on what's left of the paint stains immediately, rub the stain remover into the spot(s) and let soak in for at least an hour before washing.
3. If at all possible, wash the clothes immediately in hot water (if it won't ruin the fabric), after the stain remover has soaked in.
No guarantees for what I wrote above, but that process worked for me.
All in all, good fun - my son has a blast using these paints.
These smell like acrylic paints or a poorly ventilated nail salon. Even my husband (who has a masters in art so he knows paint) asked when he first smelled these if I'd made a mistake and given her HIS paints. And he had to come in the bathroom to take over for me because they smelled so strong they caused me to have an asthma attack!
So since we use these in a confined space (bathroom) where we can't guarantee a great cross-breeze, we gave these away after the first time to a friend who does store window decorations. His response? Thanks, but, wow do those SMELL STRONG!
I can't believe they are non-toxic! Or safe for a little one with little lungs to breathe in. Or have on their skin! Or mouth! They rinsed right down and we will not use these ever again. I cannot take the risk of another asthma attack.
BTW my friend said they have no smell when dry.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good quality and no messy ! The perfect paint for kids ...Published 5 days ago by Sandra LEMAITRE
Very happy with this paint. We were using it for basic finger painting. Just put a dab on the paper and went to town. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Shenandoah Brettell a.
It's the paint you want from finger painting to pinata projects . I let even my 4 year old put the brushes right into the 2oz bottles and have never had any problems. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Lindsay
My 2.5 year old loves these paints. They wash easily off of skin, clothing, wood furniture, countertops, floors, basically everything. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Theresa Barcelona
My kids have used these paints for years and we love them!
- Vibrant colors.
- Easily washable from most surfaces. Read more