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Play-Doh is a modeling compound, designed for children. It comes in plastic canisters, and is made in a multitude of colors. Play-Doh was first marketed in 1956.
for kids to play with when they feel creative
Don't let it sit out! It will dry out and leave a crust on top. Youcan play with it when it's warm, cold, or sitting in roomtemperature. Store it in a Ziploc bag.
No. The salt keeps the play-doh from falling apart, especially whenmoist, but bacteria and what-not can still be transfered on it.
Its really gushy and you can mold it
I recommend to first spray your clothing item with some eyelash shampoo and then put it in a small bag filled with bacon grease (shake thoroughly). Leave it in there for about 7 months. Take it out and it's good as new!
Yes! I recently did this experiment with some students. It testsbuoyancy. So first, set up a fish tank with water, about 3/4 of the tank willbe full. Take a ball of playdough and drop it into the water. Does it sink? Does it float? If it floats, it's called positivebuoyancy, and it sinks, it's...
If you eat Play-doh, you are most likely going to have diarrhea. And, get kind of a bad stomach ache as well. You really should NOTeat Play-Doh. . +++ . Intrigued, I looked it up. Since it is intended as a children'stoy it is hardly likely to be toxic! This is from itsmanufacturer's web-site ...
play-doh allows the child to use experiment with his hands andcreate what ever the mind is telling him too as well as it can helpstrengthen the muscles in his hands as he learns that he can cut.twist and put the play-doh back together to create something newand exciting
Yes if you eat like many of them the size of their containers. Maybe you can die from 2 depending on how big you are.
put it in the freezer for 4-6 hours
I have no idea, but i wouldn't try it!
Moisten with a few drops of water, cover, let sitovernight.
Yes, it will make it hard and save the mold.
Let it dry well, then rub it so it flakes off
Play Dough was invented by Noah and Joseph McVicker in 1956.
Blow dry it... 5 mins on each side and then just lay it over a plastic and put it on a free space . ( Normal room temp.) let it be there for like 2-3 days.... ((: H2H
Playdoh can float depending on how dense it is. It also depends on what your floating it on. If you float it on water than it has to be less dense than the water, same with other liquids.
Yes, definitely if you are making it yourself....and store-bought is already colored, so...
Most likely it was an accident. I may have my facts wrong, but during WW2 the US was looking for an alternative to rubber. He dropped something in a mixture and it formed play-doh (or was it silly putty...). I think it was silly putty, but I may be wrong.
Yes but they make many other things. Search Playschool, the manufacturer.
It is very safe if you are referring to health, because it is non-toxic. (I once ate a piece as a kid. It was nasty and salty, but I did not get sick.) It is unsafe, however, if you are talking about your belongings. Many people will testify that it does not stain, however I have experienced play...
Commercially made "Playdoh" can be substituted with home made play dough. One needs to be careful to use a recipe that will not mold or spoil. Some formulas include alum or other unpleasant flavoring to discourage children from eating the dough. Hear is one link to a basic play dough recipe: ...
Kids like play dough so much because they have nothing else to do
You get playdough..?:) then make a mountain out of play dough:).
Assuming you just made it, It needs more flour - kneed it into the mix. If it is old homemade playdough & is sticky, it is likely it was stored next to a heat source & I would throw it out.
yes but its hard
Well, you might get a tummy ache, but nothing serious, as it is given to small children, who will most probably put it in their mouth anyway, dangerous or not. It consists of flour, water, salt and dye. But my advice to you would be not to, as it's not made for that, and it probably would'nt taste...
Did you know that Play-Doh was originally designed as a wallpaper cleaner? . http://www.loti.com/50s_fifties_play-doh.htm
well i dont think you can because, play dough is made out of water, oil, salt and flour. erasers are not made out of any of those so it comes to show that no you can not use play dough as an eraser.
Playdough can be kept anywhere as long as it's not to hot, or cold so it does not freeze or melt.
Play-dough originally was a mess up...it was supposed to be wallpaper cleaner!
Yes, after you bake it to set it. However, this will result in the Play-Doh not being useful for playing and recreating new shapes out of.
No, it isn't. However, dry Playdoh is somewhat combustible...It ought to kindle at around 450 F since wheat flour is the primary ingredient.
You need to leave it for a day or 2 and it will becone hard.. you can make it soft after by rubbing it sevral times
I have playdough from 7 years ago, and it is still good.
Noah McVicker and Joseph McVicker invinted play doh for a " "plastic modeling composition of a soft, playable working consistency' that eventually became a product known as Play-Doh.
Click and Clack just answered a question like this on their radio show. Although the question was somewhat different, I think the answer may be the same. Have a mechanic check your engine gaskets to see if antifreeze is leaking into the engine.
how to make play dough : INGREDIENTS 2 cups of plain flour 1 cup of salt 1 table spoon of oil 1 cup of boiling water food coloring METHOD 1. combine plain flour and salt 2. add water, food coloring and oil 3. mix until ingredients are combined 4. if too wet add a little more...
It's a little salty and you can't really explain the texture of it.it's safe to eat but don't eat it in huge quantities.. Play-Doh tastes sort of salty, with a unusual flavor that I can'treally describe. It's okay to taste it, so it won't do any toxiceffects to you if you lick it. Also, I heard...
of course beause it is a type of foam
Playdoh was originally used for wallpaper cleaner. It's because since it's sticky, it could take out debris or stuff like that :). Hope this helps :)
Yes it is a conductor because one of the ingredients is salt. Salthas the ability to be ionized and therefore can conduct electricity
It doesn't lose its volume
you dont add food colouring...
Yes, you can make it with self raising flour. If you don't have self raising flour plain flour is just as good.
It can, if it is a solvent base that doesn't flake off when wet.Oil-based paints also work.
Yeast is a fungus. I wouldn't imagine it would feel anything like play dough.
Pure Ammonium Alum is a salt, not a metal. It's prefered use is for deodorants and anti-perspirants instead of Aluminum Zirconium Tetrachlorohydrex Gly as it's not a metal, and does not cause as many health risks as I've seen as apposed to the Aluminum. I don't know if that helps much, try googling...
I would say about 10-15 minutes. It really depends on the thickness and how much play-doh.
If I were you, I would store it in the container it comes in and keep it in a room temperature area. Not a closet, because it will become gooey faster.
no it really doesnt i tried before
No, but you probably shouldn't eat too much of it. Also it's really salty.
It will get hard but it can break if enough pressure applies
made a rose who do u keep it preserved.
A simple Play Dough recipe is: 1 cup salt; 1 cup flour; 1 cup water; and food coloring. Combine all ingredients and kneed until it reaches the color consistency and have fun! its as simple as that! :D
You can either buy Play-Doh molds made for making pretend food, or, if you're really artistic, you can sculpt it yourself.
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What You'll Need: . Ingredients: . 1 cup flour . ½ cup salt . 2 tsps cream of tartar (you can substitue 1/4 tsp of lemon juice or white vinegar for each 1/8 tsp of cream of tartar. Be aware if you use vinegar, the play-doh will have a vinegar smell) . 1 cup water . 1 tbsp oil . Food coloring ...
I have tried for a year. I tried cooking It and putting it in my yard in a sunny spot it don't work
No you do not bake playdough but in a recipe that I use you use a microwave here's my simple way to make home made playdough I have a recipe that is super quick and easy :) You will need: 2 cups of flour 1 cup of salt 2 cups of boiling water 4 Tablespoons of olive oil 4 Tablespoons of cream of...
It Gets Hard And Burns. But Either Way, Youre Not Supposed To Put It In The Oven.
First, add a few drops of water to your playdough. (Or play-dough.) Next, knead the P.D. 'till it's soft enough. If it is not soft enough, keep adding a little bit more water. If you don't want to use it right away, wrap a wet paper towel around the Play-Doh and put it in official container or a...
I don't thin you can make it with play doh but I heard you could make it with skolpey clay
Basic ingredient ratios: 2 cups flour 2 cups warm water 1 cup salt 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil 1 Tablespoon cream of tartar (optional for improved elasticity) food coloring (liquid, powder, or unsweetened drink mix) scented oils
Yes, it's a brand name so it should be capitalized.
Yes, play-doh is organic.
Make your own! mix flour and a little bit of water. voilà... Play-doh
You can if it's home made from flour, salt and oil (search for recipes). Many commercial play-doh contain plastic though, so composting is not recommended unless you know its content. Home-made play-doh also contains food coloring that is safe to eat and compost. Little kids and dogs can rarely...
to make playdough hard u have to let it sit oout for a while
You can try to hot glue play doh to something, if you put enough on, it will most likely stay. The easiest way would to shape the play doh, let it dry so it's hard, and then glue it on, otherwise it could just fall off.
use grease mr muscle and a wet cloth and lightly wipe it.
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You can try to hot glue play doh to something, if you put enough on, it will most likely stay. The easiest way would to shape the play doh, let it dry so it's hard, and then glue it on, otherwise it could just fall off.
if it eats to much of it
No. It'll go rock hard..♥
so kids could play with it and make stuff with it too.........
I think u can dehydrate it
No. Baking soda is not like cream of tartar. You can't use baking soda to make play dough.
play-doh is samething and clay is samething els wich means theanswer is no