InRoad Toys PlayTape Review
A typical day in my house involves stepping over toy cars, trucks, planes and anything that contains 4 wheels. My son loves to line them, crash them, throw them around the house and pretty much make my living room look like a nuclear bomb went off. Not anymore!
PlayTape by InRoad Toys is the perfect little little peice of magic that will keep your child occupied and give them a whole new outlook on where to put there toy vehicles!
PlayTape is printed to look like a road or a railroad and it’s easy enough for even my 3 and a half year old to place on the floor and create his own little street full of cars, planes and trains, he can even put his bigger toys on the tape!
I have recently banished some of Dylan’s toy cars and trucks outside, he has so many that my house was becoming ridiculously cluttered and you don’t even want to see how many toy vehicles we have in the basement..
Dylan put this PlayTape down himself, I did help him line it up but he was super happy that he created his own little road for his vehicles! He ended up pulling half of it off once he got bored and wanted to start something new but it comes off super easily and won’t stick or make a mess on your floor!
PlayTape is the fastest way to create roads for a very small price, you can create a whole town, city, you name it! PlayTape sticks to any flat surface, it’s made of paper, easy to tear apart, position and reposition!
PlayTape is ideal for children ages 3+ and also fun for adults! It is toxin free, displosable and recycable, it’s made in the USA.
The tape is the perfect size for 1:64 scale cars such as matchbox and hotwheels but the possibilities are endless!
Click Here to check out InRoad PlayTape for yourself!
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