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  • The children loves all of the different colors and i love the fact that it comes in 16ounce squirt bottles

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      At Christmas i was in Michaels Craft store and found this washable paint that is non-toxic. I have two grandchildren and a Great-Niece (one five year old and two three year olds) and they all love to paint but i hate for them to get paint everywhere because it is hard to get out

      of their clothes, their hair and off of my floor and where ever else it may end up.

      But this paint comes right up with just a damp cloth.

      Their clothing can just be put through the washing machine and the children in the bath tub and a damp mop takes care of the ...


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        The children loves all of the different colors and i love the fact that it comes in 16ounce squirt bottles.

        They can use a paint brush or their fingers (guess which they use most often).

        It is called Clean Colors and the colors really are pure looking and not washed out like most

        washable paints.

        The 16ounce bottles have lasted for the last four months and most of them are still half full because it isn’t mixed in with water it seems to take less paint to get the colors that they want.

        Not only do I have a lot of art work but so does their parents!




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    Dana says :

    Is the Washable Paint for arts an crafts safe for face painting, by the bottle I think yes

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    Lynn says :

    The skin on your face is NOT the same as the skin on your hands.
    Non-toxic craft/art paints are rated safe to temporarily get on your hands with the idea you will be washing it right off. It is not safe to wear on your face as the skin on your face is much thinner. Even most “face paint” that you find around Halloween is not safe There are “face paints” out there that they clearly put on the label, to apply a barrier between your skin and the paint
    The only paint you should put on your skin is professional grade face paints for face painting. They are FDA approved, hypoallergenic, and most carry a child safety rating.
    The least expensive, SAFE, most easily obtainable face paint, is probably Snazzaroo. It is available in many party stores Walmart, thankfully
    Please, never use or allow someone to use craft/art paints as face paint on your children
    Do not be shy to ask a face painter if they are using professional face paint

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    erin jacobs says :

    are there any tree nut or peanut product in any of the colors?

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    Cathryn Rhoden says :

    I looked up the saftey instructions on the Art and creative Materials Institute Ceritified website and this is in part what it said to this question– What makes an art material safe ? Knowledge of materials and their proper use makes them safe. Be sure to read the label on all products you use so you will know they have been evaluated and are non-toxic or need special handling to avoid possible health hazards from misuse. Look for the ACMI Seals so you will know the product has been evaluated by a qualified toxicologist for both acute and chronic hazards. Or, you may see other indications that the product conforms to ASTM D 4236, the chronic hazard labeling standard that is now part of the U.S. labeling law. Follow all safe use instructions. Purchase only products with the ACMI Non-Toxic Seals CP, AP, and HL Non-Toxic for young children, the physically or mentally handicapped, and any persons who cannot read or understand the safety labeling on product packages. Observe good work habits and teach them to others. Read the label Always use products that are appropriate for the individual user. Children in grade six and lower and adults who may not be able to read and understand safety labeling should use only non-toxic materials. Do not eat, drink or smoke while using art and craft materials. Wash up after use - Clean yourself and your supplies. Never use products for skin painting or food preparation unless indicated that the product is meant to be used in this way. Do not transfer art materials to other containers - You will lose the valuable safety information that is on the product package. The website is acminet.org Knowledge of materials and their proper use makes them safe. Be sure to read the label on all products you use so you will know they have been evaluated and are non-toxic or need special handling to avoid possible health hazards from misuse. Look for the ACMI Seals so you will know the product has been evaluated by a qualified toxicologist for both acute and chronic hazards. Or, you may see other indications that the product conforms to ASTM D 4236, the chronic hazard labeling standard that is now part of the U.S. labeling law. Follow all safe use instructions. Purchase only products with the ACMI Non-Toxic Seals CP, AP, and HL Non-Toxic for young children, the physically or mentally handicapped, and any persons who cannot read or understand the safety labeling on product packages. Observe good work habits and teach them to others. My Grandchildren has painted themselves all over and never had a problem with it, but it doesn`t usually stay on very long before i make them get in the bath tub and wash it off. I probably wouldn`t use it as face paint because that usually stays on for a prolonged period of time and i wouldn`t be certain that it would be safe since it doesn`t state that it would on the bottle. I hope this answers your question but if you need more info you can visit their web-site. There is actually a lot of information on their web-site that is very intresting.

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    Cathryn Rhoden says :

    I looked the paint up on the Art Creative Materials Institute Certified web site and the following is what it recommends in part Read the label Always use products that are appropriate for the individual user. Children in grade six and lower and adults who may not be able to read and understand safety labeling should use only non-toxic materials. Do not eat, drink or smoke while using art and craft materials. Wash up after use - Clean yourself and your supplies. Never use products for skin painting or food preparation unless indicated that the product is meant to be used in this way. Do not transfer art materials to other containers - You will lose the valuable safety information that is on the product package. My grandchildren have covered themselves from head to toe with this paint and it has never hurt thhem but is is not usually on them for a prolonged period of time before i put them in the bath tub to get cleaned up. You can read more at the following website There is a lot of intresting stuff to read on their site that may answer any other questions you may have. I found out things that i never even thought about

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