Non-Spill Paint Pots Reviews
Description:Age: 2 Years+ / Ingenious non-spill paint pots that won't leak when knocked over.
Newest Review: ... solution to spilt paint (even if there was still the danger of splashes of stray paint to cope with!). The pots come in a ... more
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Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Customer Non-Spill Paint Pots Reviews (4)
by - written on 20/04/02, updated on 20/04/02 (Very useful, 184 readings)
My two year old has just received a pack of ELC Non Spill Paint Pots for her birthday. She's mad on painting but so far I've managed to divert her attention towards other toys because I can't face the mess! However, since we've tried the new non-spill paint pots I worry no longer. They're just perfect for little ones (and big ones!) to use. They have a number of advantages: They're only £4 for a box of six pots - excellent value. They're designed so that the brush can stay upright in the pot while you're using it. There's also a groove in the top so you can rest the brush on the lid. Because of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/12 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Last year my Daughter, who had just turned 2 came across paints! She is very creative and loves to draw and make things, so I let her paint now and then but only with the small watery palettes you get for kids, mainly due to her age. Watching her paint after a few weeks, I noticed that she was very careful and hardly got any paint on herself or on her little table, so I thought I'd let her get some 'proper' paints. So, the following pay day, me and my partner had a trip to the Early Learning Centre for some paints and accessories for her. After choosing about 6 colours of bottled ready mix paint, I then went to look for some pots in which to put them in when in use, . Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/14 (Very useful, 43 readings)
My son got a number of craft items for Christmas - most notably an art centre from the Early Learning Centre. Together with this, we purchased a number of items that we thought he would need with this and, to go with the paint, we opted for these non-spill paint pots from the Early Learning Centre. I will admit to being sucked in by the 'non-spill' in the title. Whilst I wanted my son to have the freedom to express his creativity, I didn't want my kitchen/playroom covered in paint if I could help it. These seemed to offer the perfect solution to spilt paint (even if there was still the danger of splashes of stray paint to cope with!). The pots come in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/08, updated on 21/10/08 (Very useful, 67 readings)
If you have children who love painting then these are a must have item. So far only two of my children are old enough to enjoy painting but these little pots have saved me a lot of time and stress! They are basically small plastic cups with a coloured lid. The lid is in two parts and the outer part twists around to reveal a hole. You fill the pot with paint and put on the lid and then twist it open so that you can fit a paint brush into the hole. When your children have finished painting you simply twist the lid shut and they are ready to be put away until next time. I only got these last christmas from the Early Learning Centre for £6. Before I ... Read the complete review
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