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Has anyone used Playfoam in their setting?  Just thought it may be something  different for the malleable table but before I ordered I wanted to know if any of you had used it and your thoughts.?

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Do you mean 'squirty' foam soap?

If so - yes and it's great fun

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No it’s a dry thing!

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Yes we have and it does make a nice change from dough. It is quite clean to use, in that children don't need to wash hands after using it. Try and keep it on the table though as it will get in tread of shoes. 

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Never heard of Playfoam and found this description for those like me

Playfoam is a completely mess free creative play resource that is great for sensory play! This Learning Resources award winning product helps develop fine motor skills for little hands. The non-toxic formula makes this best selling Playfoam great for safe creative play. It doesn't stick to hands, clothes or carpet, just to itself! What's even better is Playfoam never dries out, so children can display their masterpieces rather than having to put it all back in the box!

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Probably aimed at the home market but depending on price may be useful to settings.. its the amount needed for a group that may prove costly  (Argos and Amazon have the 20 pack a bit cheaper than the manufacturer)

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