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05 October 2011

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Amy

This is genius. I had to pin it. Pretty sure I will be making one as the weather gets colder here. Thanks for sharing!!

Valerie J. Frey

Thanks, Amy! Eli asks to play in his rice box every day without fail. He loves it.

Gina

Is there a colored residue left on their hands?

Valerie J. Frey

Hi, Gina. Nope! There probably would be if your child touched the rice before it dries, but once it is dry that doesn't happen. If the box is closed for a while, there is an alcohol smell and there is some rice dust, but otherwise it is really clean.

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