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What am I supposed to do with Crazy Aaron's Thinking Putty?
Play with your putty at home, school, work, the car, anywhere! You will find yourself tearing off a handful and using it to relieve stress while your brain ponders infinate creative possibilities. Soon after, you will find your own unconcious energies breaking through. Creativity you didn't even know you HAD!
Sculptures and Dali-esque designs will flow from your own hands and "work" may even be transformed into FUN?!?!
Is thinking putty non-toxic?
Thinking putty is a made in the USA product. It is manufactured entirely in the USA from top shelf materials sourced from industry leading vendors. Product purity and regulatory compliance is taken very seriously. Crazy Aaron Putty is certified compliant with ASTM F963 and EU standards EN 71 parts 1, 2 and 3 which cover tests for toy safety. The product is CPSIA compliant with all regulations.
Thinking putty is inert, non-toxic and safe. Thinking putty contains no latex, gluten, wheat compounds, or phthalates. It is safe for use by people with sensitivity to wheat or latex and will not promote the development of latext allergies.
You should NEVER put thinking putty into your mouth, ears or nose. You should never eat thinking putty. If a small amount is accidently ingested, have no fear, you'll be able to play with it again in a few days.
Is Thinking Putty safe for use by children?
Yes! Thinking Putty is loved by everyone and is safe for children ages 3 and up.
Although Thinking Putty is completely inert, non toxic and safe, it may present a choking hazard to children if placed in the mouth or if a child attempts to swallow the product.
Please excercise extra caution around small children. Thinking Putty should not be used by children under three years of age for this reason.
There is Thinking Putty stuck in my pants/shirt/rug/sofa/sheets! How can I remove it?
Use rubbing alcohol (70% Isopropyl Alcohol) available from local drugstores. It is the easiest way to remove Thinking Putty from natural fabrics and hair.
Do a spot test first on a non-visable part of the fabric to ensure the alcohol will not cause further damage. The Thinking Putty should liquify and become easily removed.
If your Thinking Putty is adhered to a synthetic fabric such as nylon or polyester, try WD-40 to loosen the Thinking Putty and remove it from the surface.
If all else fails take the item to the dry cleaners and let them know the stain is silicone based.
Does Thinking Putty dry out?
No Way! As it is silicone based it will never dry out or crumble.
The only reason it needs the container is to keep it protected from dirt and dust.
Will Thinking Putty leave a residue on my hands?
No. It will not leave a sticky residue on your hands or leave you feeling like you need to wash up after playing with it.