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Do you have a toy box in your home that’s full of toy cars that haven’t been touched for awhile? I know we did, at least before we got to try out Paper Trax! Paper Trax is the invention that will make your kids pull out their Hot Wheels and play for hours!
The genius of Paper Trax is how they are made and how they are used. This is a completely recyclable, all paper based race track created to race cars on Trax attached to your walls. A new addition to the Paper Trax family is the Corner Track. Now you can Trax your whole house, from one side of your room to the other!
Paper Trax are easy to assemble and since they use 3M Command Strips to stick in place, they are sturdy and they shouldn't damage most walls.
Paper Trax Features Include:
Fits all standard "matchbox" cars
100% recyclable toy
Countless creative track configurations
Safe for walls
Transform the package into a bonus Trax - No waste!
Paper Trax is super fun and super easy to use! All you do is pop open the box, fold the Trax and stick them to the wall with a removable adhesive tape (Command Strips) and your kids will be entertained for hours on the Trax they create! Kids and their parents both love Paper Trax so much that they received Dr. Toy's Green Toy Award! Their goal is to transform every box destined for the recycle bin into a toy race track and what a great idea:)
D set his first "track" up with baskets underneath that he assigned point values. He and A played for hours trying to outscore one another and really enjoying some of the gnarly tricks and crashes their cars performed due to the set up of his Trax:) You can set them up in a variety of ways. In fact, you are only limited by your own imagination.
Watch a video to see how fun Paper Trax truly are!
Paper Trax would make and excellent, affordable gift idea this holiday season!
To learn more about Paper Trax visit www.papertraxtoys.com.
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