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Muddy Faces

Skittles

These numbered skittles are made from UK softwood. The logs are made from softwood such as Scots Pine and Larch and are cut from unprocessed (no chemicals or paints) wood.

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£16.93 exVAT
£20.32 incVAT

£31.45 exVAT
£37.74 incVAT

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  • SKU MFW3001
  • Length 12cm
  • Diameter 7cm
  • SKU MFW3002
  • Length 12cm
  • Diameter 7cm
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Made in the UK

Helping to support UK industry and reduce our carbon footprint.

Made with UK Wood

All our natural wood products are handmade from materials sourced from sustainably-managed woodlands in the UK; supporting local crafts people, woodland viability and biodiversity. These products are made from untreated wood and they will crack and change over time. This is a natural process which does not affect the use of the product and can encourage a child's investigation of the natural world.

Wood contains a natural preservative called tannin which aids its longevity. Tannin is soluble and can leach out of wood when it gets wet. Once the water evaporates, it can leave tannin sediment behind, causing staining. We recommend that you do not store your wood on a porous surface as it may cause discolouration.

Additional Information

Please note that this is a natural product. It will have knots and imperfections and there may be small cracks in the wood. This is all perfectly normal and does not detract from the quality of the product.

This product has not been stained or treated. Wood contains a natural preservative called tannin, which aids the longevity of the wood. Tannin is soluble and can leach out of wood when it gets wet. Once the water evaporates, it will leave tannin sediment behind, causing staining. We recommend that you do not store your wood on a porous surface as the surface may discolour.



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