It’s hard to believe Play-doh started out as a method of cleaning coal residue off wall paper in the 1950’s. It was re-branded as a non-toxic modeling clay in 1956. It’s inventor, Joe McVicker, was a millionaire by his 27th birthday. It’s estimated that kids have played with 950 million pounds (more than 2 billion cans) of Play-doh Compound.
After looking into it a bit more I discovered their awesome and hilarious Instagram page (http://instagram.com/playdoh). I was not expecting Play-doh Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. They also have a great YouTube channel, filled with animations and tutorials for kids (http://www.youtube.com/playdoh). But the best way to discover Play-doh is to come pick up a tube for yourself.
Hope to see you soon,
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