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    how do you soften playdoh?

    cos i wanna play with my tweenies crazy hair set and the playdohs gone all hard!!

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    play with it in your hands

    Heh then the temperature from your hands melts, well softens it. Have fun dear.
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    yep just hold it in your hands, it usually softens then


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    you could try a tiny AND I MEAN TINY bit of cooking oil!

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    Yeh, roll it in between your hands to warm it up. As it warms it will soften
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    i was pretty sure once its hard its hard... you could always go out and get some more, but possibly rolling it in your hands would work...
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    Has it been left out exposed to the air? Cause if it has then it`s only fit for the bin.

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    miffy is right! if its really dry and cracking there is no saving it!! make some new stuff!

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    Microwave it :D

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    Yep lacys right, you can microwave it, but if you've left it out and its rock hard and bitty then you can't do anything you gotta throw it away!
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    Originally posted by LacyMay
    Microwave it :D
    We did that when we were using it for my geology coursework last year. Just be careful not to leave it in for too long, i think you can figure why, and that its dry- the microwaves act on any water, so if its got water on the outside they warm up faster... Again, you can guess what happens next.
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    Make some more! We used to make it when we were little :D
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    Originally posted by Faith
    Make some more! We used to make it when we were little :D
    I used to do that :D come round mine and lets make some!!!!! My mum worked in the play group so she knew all the recipes. She made this one thing that was like flour but when it touched your hand went to liquid heh - then you baked it and it went hard
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    Originally posted by Faith
    Make some more! We used to make it when we were little :D
    how do you make it? I wanna make some!
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    Put 1 cup of water, 1 cup of plain flour, 2 tbsp cream of tartar, 1/2 cup of salt, 1 tbsp cooking oil, and some food colouring in a pan and stir over a medium heat until it makes a dough. Cool and keep in a lunchbox in the fridge.

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