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    Default Playdoh in carpet??

    So ds has owned playdoh for a total of 2 hours and it's in the carpet. Any ideas on how to get it out.
    Brown carpet, silver playdoh it's VERY obvious

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    Leave it - when it dries you should be able to flick it off with your nail then vacuum it up.

    I hate play doh.

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    Thank you. Just figured out why we never brought it befote

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    Yeah, its why I never bought another thing of play doh and if I got them as birthday presents, I... well, I re gifted.

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    It is the factory made playdoh that I hate when it comes to carpet. I can get the piece of dough out of the carpet, but there will always be a stain.

    This is why I now make my own playdoh.

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    Sorry cant answer your question but though id let you know what I do with DS and pladoh, crayons etc, I brought a outdoor table cover (the ones with plastic on the top) I pop that down and he knows that he can only use the playdoh etc on there. I brought one from Kmart for $3 I hope this helps for the future.

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    Yep - playdough on the kitchen counter in this house! Mostly to keep the one year old from eating it. Secondly to keep it out of the carpet.

    Good luck!


 

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