Hasbro - Play-Doh Basic Fun Factory
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A petroleum additive gives the compound a smooth feel, and borax prevents mold from developing.  Play-Doh contains some wheat and may cause allergic reactions in people who are allergic to wheat gluten. It is not intended to be eaten.  Related merchandise [ edit ] Play-Doh Fun Factory
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