• Washable Kids Paint set of 10 Bottles – Crayola 2 fl oz 59 mL
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With 10 vibrant nontoxic colors, the Crayola Washable Kids' Paint Set is a versatile multipurpose kit for your child's art projects. The paints are ideal for color mixing and will dry to a smooth finish without cracking or flaking. Kids will enjoy the paint set's versatility, smooth flow, and lively hues, while you'll appreciate the easy cleanup.

Customer Reviews

Washable Paint!!!

71 people found this helpful.
 on January 15, 2007
By some rules are meant to be broken
When they say washable they mean it! My daughter has managed to get green paint on my oriental rug, leather sofa and of course all over her clothes. Each time I just used a wet cloth and it all came up – even on the oriental rug!

Great With Melissa & Doug Easel , but Bottles are Very Small

42 people found this helpful.
 on March 2, 2008
By Robert Paterson
I bought these paints for use with the 

Fun paint! Washes out pretty easily! Great variety of colors!

23 people found this helpful.
 on August 13, 2010
By A. Marcroft
This is the second time I have purchased these paints. The first time I bought the six pack but I like the extra four colors (turquoise, white, brown and magenta) that come in this ten pack. The bottles are small (2 oz. each) but I find that the paints last a long time! Each time my boys paint I take a plate and squirt out about a 1/2 – 1 tbsp. of paint of each color and they go to town.

Paint and ziplock activity

9 people found this helpful.
 on December 1, 2015
By Holly
I haven’t opened all the bottles yet but I’ve opened pink, orange and yellow. By just opening the box, a soap/plastic smell comes from the paint. It doesn’t bother me a bit. Nor does it affect my kid. My kid has yet to make contact with the paint other than by placing paint inside a ziplock. But she hasn’t touched it or played with it on a sheet of paper. Therefore, i don’t know if there can be some sort of skin reaction. Hope this helps someone! The paint brought back childhood school memories.

Good stuff

11 people found this helpful.
 on November 22, 2008
By Grandma
This paint is thick. My grandson’s easel is next to a big white wall, and he’s slapping this paint onto the paper with his big paint brush. It doesn’t splatter. It washes right off his hands. If they have to paint, this is the paint to use.

Absolutely Perfect Kids Paint!

5 people found this helpful.
 on July 3, 2016
By Missy K.
Absolutely amazingly washable product! Can do crafts any time with these. You can make a huge mess and have it cleaned in minutes flat. That’s an important part of summer crafting with the kids, and I wish all paint was as washable as crayola. The colors actually dry with some texture and are obviously dulled a bit when dry, but for what they are can be pretty impressive. Obviously, Crayola is a household name us eighties and nineties kids can trust! Will buy again! Absolutely super fun!

Great fun and a great way to learn colors.

4 people found this helpful.
 on February 5, 2016
By Shenandoah Brettell
Very happy with this paint. We were using it for basic finger painting. Just put a dab on the paper and went to town. The little one was able to practice naming her colors as she went. The paint came right off in the bath and washes right out of clothes which was good as we got it everywhere but on the painters smock I put her in.

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