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Wooden toys should be treated with mild cleaners that will not dry out the toy's surface. The best way to maintain wooden toys is
to avoid strong chemicals such as bleach and detergents. Both these harsh ingredients can change the appearance of the toy
through whitening or drying the surface. Wooden surfaces can absorb harsh ingredients because of the wood's absorbent nature.
Bleach, detergents and other harsh or synthetic cleaners should be "AVOIDED" in favor for gentler cleansing.
You can use mild cleaners such as natural soap to cleanse wooden toys effectively. Natural soap will clean the wooden toy without
drying out its surface or leaving a chemical residue on the toys surface. You can either use a soft damp sponge or damp cloth.
Wooden toys are prone to changes in temperature and humidity. Do not leave wooden toys outside overnight or for long periods.
The sun and elements can change the appearance and shape of wooden toys.
Wooden toys are designed to offer a more educational or developmental way of learning.
For example, a child playing with a simple set of wooden building bricks may learn about balance, shapes and may improve their
fine motor skills as they build.
When wooden toys are properly maintained, it is possible for many generations of children to enjoy the same wooden toy. Many
grandparent's wooden toys have survived the time to land in the happy hands of a beloved grandchild or grandchildren. Wooden
toys are valued in many households for their durability and natural beauty.