Crayola never ceases to amaze me

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Sooner or later I get used to the things that just about every company on Earth makes, with the exception of Crayola. It seems like every single year around Christmas time Crayola starts airing a commercial for a new toy that just leaves me saying "How the heck does that thing work ?!".

This year they didn't disappoint, for on TV I just saw a commercial for the Magical Light Brush [crayola.com], and I'm sitting here baffled about how this thing works.

Any ideas ?
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Looks like perhaps some kind of chemical "stimulous"

Quote:
• Color Wonder products use a colorless system that is invisible on most household surfaces.
• Color Wonder products may alter the appearance of some surfaces. Keep away from wallpaper, painted
walls, finished and unfinished wood, vinyl, leather, and other materials that cannot be laundered.
• To minimize any change in appearance, wipe Color Wonder products off household surfaces immediately.
• After using Color Wonder products, remove residue from hands by washing with soap and water.
• For best results when using Color Wonder paints or spray, apply a light layer on the Color Wonder
surface. Remove any excess paint from the surface by wiping with a dry paper towel.
• Do not leave product in direct sunlight.


http://www.crayola.com/products/instruc ... -brush.pdf

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Color Wonder Paper is specially coated so color only appears where it should.

All Color Wonder products work on any Color Wonder Paper.

http://www.crayola.com/products/splash/ ... /index.cfm
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What I thought was pretty funny was this part

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Color Wonder products may alter the appearance of some surfaces. Keep away from wallpaper, painted
walls, finished and unfinished wood, vinyl, leather, and other materials that cannot be laundered.


I'm like - Doesn't that include everything a kid would normally color on anyway? It only basically leaves out Toilets and porcelain items. So I guess it's OK to color on the toilet.
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I'm like - Doesn't that include everything a kid would normally color on anyway?


That was my first thought to. I immediately thought of those Magic Eraser commercials where someone's wiping the stuff some kid just scribbled on a wall.
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ATNO/TW wrote:
...Doesn't that include everything a kid would normally color on anyway?


Hahahaha! My son decided one day to use a Sharpie to draw on various pieces of furniture around the house. I still treasure the sun/spider thing he drew on the armoire in my office.

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