Do* A* Dot*Art
What I liked: I loved that they really don’t make a huge mess. As hard as I tried to squeeze and slam it down on my paper it didn’t splatter. I liked the colors and how vibrant they were, and I liked that my son loved doing “dot dot dots”.
What I don’t like: I question their wash ability, although we’ll have to wait until I wash my son’s clothes to see. The reason I say this is because the inside info sheet suggests using a detergent with bleach to get the paint out…. doesn’t sound like this stuff comes out easily. Also I thought the price was a little steep , the regular price was 14.99 although a very nice lady in line at Michael’s handed me a 40% off coupon!
**Update since washing the clothes, no major stains. I washed his white shirt with some shout and free and clear detergent and it all came out!
What my son liked : He loved the sound of the dobber hitting the paper, he kept saying “dot dot dot” in time with it hitting the table. He also liked the feel of the tip on his tongue which is not a good thing. See Below.
What my son didn’t like: Being in timeout after getting many warnings about not putting it in his mouth. The concern is that this really is NOT a product for children who are still mouthing things, the top can come off if squeezed hard enough or bitten. It didn’t take much force to pop this off, an d the top is about the same size as a toddler’s windpipe – so please use with caution!
The box actually has a 3+ warning on it but I know many 3-4 year olds who like to test things with their mouths too. Please use extra caution with any child who might put it in their mouth. Nothing compares to close adult supervision!