Reusable, erasing colouring pages with special glossy pages that lets you colour, wipe clean, and colour again and again.
Pack includes 10 reusable Disney/Pixar Toy Story scenes, 5 non-toxic Recoloritz wipe-off crayons, 1 eraser sponge and a built-in Pop-Out frame.
This is a great idea for children who are learning to colour in. Any mistakes can be erased in seconds, or the pictures can be coloured in again and again and again! Hours of fun!
I found the sponge definitely needs to be quite damp for the crayon to come off, especially if there is lots of crayon to be taken off at once. I normally rinse it two or three times to get the whole picture clean.
The crayons are a perfect size for young hands. They are in a pen form with just the nib being crayon. Once the crayon is nearly gone, just wind the top to reveal more crayon.
I would recommend this to others. Especially for a wet or windy day.
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