My boys love Crayola and I love anything that keeps them busy for a few minutes. Quiet is a bonus! LOL Well we were sent the Crayola Washable Sidewalk Paint Sprayer to check out.
I must admit I am always a little weary of these types of products. They are usually fun, but end up being more of a pain to set up, and clean up then the amount of fun, so I give the boys things that don’t take long to set up. I know my boys are not patient to wait, and we are all frustrated by the time things are set up.
Well the Crayola Washable Sidewalk Paint Sprayer is different! It’s actually easy to get set up quickly, and well it cleans super easy!! I was impressed!
When I got it, I just popped it out of the box, and followed the instructions. I poured the chalk paint into the sprayer, and it didn’t make a big mess! Then I screwed the container back onto the sprayer and off I went. I pumped it to prime it, but you can easily get the kids to do that.
Then I went out and put down one of the stencils that comes with it! I like that you can use stencils, however my boys will go rogue and just spray all over. I like that there is no need for batteries, and it is super easy to use. Just pull the trigger.
It can paint on all kinds of surfaces, even snow or dirt! It washes right off since it’s just chalk! When I came in to clean it I was really dreading it, but the paint rinsed right out of the paint holder, and then you just fill it up with water, and spray it out. The kids can even do that part! So easy!!
It comes with 2 containers of the paint, but you do need to buy more to refill it. I would say you might want to grab a few extras to have on hand in case you want to play with it for a longer period of time. But I didn’t use up one container. I am just thinking kids playing having fun aren’t going to be as efficient! LOL
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