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HOW MUCH MIGHT MY PRODUCT VARY FROM THE PHOTOS?


We strive to keep uniformity across our products! However, due to the dynamic nature of our suppliers, you may receieve kits that have slightly substituted items. Rest assured, your kit will never differ in the number of items or quality of items.




WHAT IS IN THE PLAYDOUGH?


Flour, Salt, Cream of Tartar, Vegetable Oil, Water, Food Coloring and Essential Oil Scents (If Chosen)




WHEN WILL MY ORDER SHIP?


All of our kits are made to order. Therefore, we ask that you allow 4-6 business days to make your order and 3-5 days to ship. USPS has been backed up with Covid19 and holiday rushes- If you are in need of faster service, please feel free to email compactplaydough@gmail.com ahead of placing your order! I use USPS priority boxes to get your order to you as quickly as possible :)




HOW LONG WILL THE DOUGH LAST?


Since our play dough is made from 100% food grade ingredients, we ask that you always remember to tightly seal the containers after use! Following this, you can expect your dough to last 3+ months.




HOW OLD DOES MY CHILD NEED TO BE TO PLAY?


The Beginner Kit is a great start to your childs sensory play! The pieces in the Beginner kit are larger and safer for toddler age. Every other kit, please have your child be 3 years and up due to choking hazards with smaller pieces.




IS THE PLAY DOUGH EDIBLE?


It is not recommended to consume the dough.




WHAT ESSENTIAL OILS DO YOU USE IN THE DOUGH?


I use the brand Plant Therapy. I use the oils that are labeled "Kid Safe" for most of the scents. The scents that are not labeled "Kid Safe" are Eucalyptus, Lime, Peppermint, Pine, Pumpkin Pie and Vanilla. (If I am out of this brand, I will ocassionally use the Sprouts brand "NOW") Just a reminder even if the oils aren't labeled "KidSafe" does not mean that the other oils are unsafe. Plant Therapy has high-quality oils. If you would like more information here is a link! https://www.planttherapy.com/quality/essential-oils Unscented is always an option when picking out your playdough!




WHAT DO I DO IF MY DOUGH IS TOO STICKY OR DRY?


-If your dough is too sticky: add some flour to it. small teaspoons at a time -If your dough is dry: play with your playdough often. once played with in warm hands it should soften up. If it needs more assistance add small drops of hot water to the ball of dough. -Please contact me if you have any questions! :)





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