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- Paint smock from AM PM kids- a Mullins family company
- This paint smock easily wipes clean, but is also machine washable
- Machine wash cold, hang to dry
- 2T-4T means Length: 21", Width at waist: 18" and Sleeve to Sleeve: 31
- Made in the USA
This full coverage Paint Smock will keep your child clean while they are making masterpieces. It has a fun print and is made in the USA. The laminated fabric makes it simple to wipe it off, but it is also machine washable. The deep pocket in front is ideal for carrying brushes, crayons, and other...
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The Freedom PhalanxWestview Press. 2017
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