Letting your imagination soar is one of the great parts of being a kid. By using Crayola® Washable Watercolor Paints, your child can create great painted objects that you want to keep for years to come. Each package contains a palette of individual colors along with one paintbrush. The box has an easy to close the lid and a spot to store the paintbrush in between uses.
Does Crayola Washable Watercolor Paint Come off Clothes?
Crayola Washable Watercolors will come off most surfaces. For walls, tables or skin, you should use a mild detergent and warm water. You can wash your clothes as directed by the manufacturer. In some cases, especially if the paint has had time to dry for several hours, you may not be able to get it out of clothes. It would be best if you always used an apron or old shirt as a smock for young children who are painting.
What Is the Ideal Age Range for Crayola Washable Watercolor Paints?
Crayola Washable Watercolor Paint is best for children ages four and up. However, you should always monitor your child during use to ensure that they paint on the surface that you want them painting on and of themselves are the walls. Should also make sure that they do not ingest the paint or put the paintbrush in their mouths.
Are the Crayola Water Colors Non-Toxic?
Crayola’s design with children in mind, that is why their Crayola Watercolor Paint Set is made with non-toxic ingredients. While these ingredients will not make your child sick if should they ingest them, it is always best to monitor small children during use. Should they manage to get one of the little paint pellets out of the tray, they could be considered a choking hazard.
What Colors Are Part of the Crayola Water Color Paint Pallet?
This pallet comes with eight individual colors. In each kit, you get black, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple and brown. Each painting has its a spot in the pallet. To use you need to wait for your brush run it over the paint surface and then you can paint on your paper or ready surface.