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25/08/2008 at 21:16
25/08/2008 at 21:17
25/08/2008 at 21:30
25/08/2008 at 21:34
Cameron got some for his birthday, he's used them loads and they've never been a problem!!
Maybe it's just a dodgy packet!!
25/08/2008 at 21:35
My niece has these and thinks they are fab!!!
She wouldn't be without them, designs some fantastic pictures with them!
We have never had any problems, no leaks, no spillages etc. I will definitely be buying them for Bronwyn when the time comes!
You must have had a set from a dodgy batch!!!
25/08/2008 at 21:39
25/08/2008 at 21:40
25/08/2008 at 21:52
25/08/2008 at 22:15
I think they're the ones Kas has!
She seems to love them for Tara and Amber certainly thought they were ideal for attempting to decorate Kas's walls!!!! xx xx
26/08/2008 at 14:09
lol tash, yes they are the ones i have.
i found them fine to use, taras still not into drawing, still likes putting everything in her mouth, but niamh adores them, even more than her own pens. they are more "inky" but niamh prefers that as they make nice patterns.
26/08/2008 at 18:17
26/08/2008 at 19:22
How did you get on? my bosses little boy has these pens at work and has never had a problem - I always thought with Crayola being a well known brand they wouldnt usually have this problem!
26/08/2008 at 19:27
28/08/2008 at 09:02
For any stains i use Dylon stain remover (got it from savers) and its fab,removes wax,make up grass oils polish and adhesive. It also does ketchup,chocolate,gum,inks,nail varnish,pollen and emulsion paint.
I use it on my cream carpet when riley gets crayon on it and its also safe to use on silks.
Hope you are able to get them back to the shop and get your refund,go to caryola anyway and they may send you some free ones for the trouble.
12/02/2011 at 20:23
I thought Crayola were the best until I got Giotto super crayons.They are great for young kids and they can't be broken. Has anyone else tried them?
For cleaning most food and grass stains I soak things overnight in Arial for whites ( I use a tablet in warm water) and then wash them normally.
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