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TP Pour & Play Wooden Mud Kitchen - £30 at Smyths Toys
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TP Pour & Play Wooden Mud Kitchen - £30 at Smyths Toys

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Posted 21st Jul

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Mud kitchen reduced to £30 in Smyths.
Not available for delivery or click and collect but I did ring my local store and they kept one for me.
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Features
  • This lovely wooden mud kitchen includes a fun 'Pour & Play' water dispenser with tap and a splash bowl, ideal for busy mud cooks to mix their pies!
  • Dimensions: 33L x 54W x 58H cm
  • Batteries Not Required

Product Description

Little cooks will love making a mess with this TP Pour & Play Wooden Mud Kitchen. Fun DIY stencil supplied to create hob rings and 'mud kitchen' logo. Complete with removable splash tub, perfect for mud mixing! Generous serving station to display mud pie delights and roomy undershelf to store pots, pans and mud pies. The Muddy Cook kitchen is sold complete with a starter set of stainless steel pans with mixing whisk. Bowl Capacity : 10kg of mud (Not supplied!) or 7 litres of water.

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8 Comments
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“Here kid, take this £1 bucket and go make a mess in the garden...”
Not voted but £30 seems abit steep for a wash bowl, tap and a couple containers etc especially as reviews say you have to drill some holes yourself for the frame

I may be very wrong as I am far from an expert but only half that wood looks treated :/
Edited by: "jamhops" 21st Jul
You could make one of these for less the price
Sarah_pfam21/07/2019 20:03

You could make one of these for less the price


You would need a few things that not everyone has:
Saw - £10
Drill - £20
Screwdriver - £5
Screws - £2
Common sense - priceless
Oh no... Mudkitchens are for nursery not for home!
Vomit21/07/2019 20:48

Oh no... Mudkitchens are for nursery not for home!



Ditto the whole messy play with food!!!
I found this in Gateshead. There was no price just it was in the clearance section. Took me ages to assemble, but it was the first time I used a drill. Very proud. And it is a great little mud kitchen. Now that Im a semi professional carpenter I will try to extend it a little bit
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