Play-Doh, a nontoxic modelling compound, was introduced in 1956. It began only being offered as an off-white compound available in a 680g. can. Now Play-Doh is available from Hasbro in a variety of colours and sizes. It is even offered as scented. The modelling compound toy is used in homes and schools all over the world. Play-Doh can be reused. Play-Doh may begin to dry out over time, but it is easy to restore.
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Things you need
- Play-Doh can
- Play-Doh lid
- Water dropper
- Paper towel
Open the lid and remove Play-Doh from container.
Using the water dropper add a drop of water to the Play-Doh and work the water into the Play-Doh by squishing it in your hand.
Add another drop of water and keep squishing the Play-Doh into your hands. Keep adding drops of water and kneading it in your hand until the Play-Doh feels moist again.
Wet a paper towel and wrap it around the Play-Doh.
Put the Play-Doh with the wet paper towel back into the Play-Doh container and secure the lid.
Let Play-Doh sit overnight in the wet paper towel. Remove the wet paper towel in the morning. The Play-Doh should be restored.
Tips and warnings
- Play-Doh is not meant to make lasting creations. If creations are allowed to dry out and harden they will crack and Play-Doh might not be able to be restored.
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