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  • Ali Haws

    Wrap dried out Play-Doh in wet paper towels before you put it back into containers to rehydrate.

  • Krystal Watkins

    How to save dried out Play Doh: Wrap it up in wet paper towels before you put it back into containers. Next time you are ready to use them they will be just like new!

  • Maura Trice

    Holy... my life just changed!! 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!

  • Naomi Stevens

    Since I'm the queen of dried up play-doh, I'm giving this a try: 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!

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