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Old 09-11-2014, 05:38 AM   #1  
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Default SU Watercolor Wonder Crayon Question

If the crayons are slightly melted, will it affect their usability?

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I wouldn't think so. You can still get a brush wet and pick up color from them, correct? If they are melted enough you may not be able to pick them up and use them as a crayon, but I think most people use the brush method.
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Brenda71 is right. I accidentally left mine in the car (in Arizona) after a card making night and they are very misshapen, but I use a brush and they work fine.
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What's the brush method? I've never used it.
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You wet your brush and pick up color from the Crayon to paint color rather than coloring directly and then activating with water.
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Thank you all! That helped me make a decision.
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