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Krista Scarbrough
Krista Scarbrough • 2 years ago

Don't throw away dried out Play-Doh! Wrap it up in wet paper towels before you put it back into containers. Voila! Next time you are ready to use them they will be just like new! This REALLY works!

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  • Trisha Leal

    What they DON'T say is the mess of towel lint this makes to make. I gave up for the mess it made