1. Where is MICI modeling dough produced?

MĪCI is produced in Latvia, in a small town of Kurzeme - Sabile, Talsi region. MĪCI is produced in a small backyard factory, because I am a mother of two daughters and my priority at the moment is to be with children, in parallel with the development of my business.

2. What does MICI consist of?

MICI modeling dough consists of wheat flour, salt, water, vegetable oil, monopotassium tartrate (used in confectionery), food coloring and vanillin. They are all food raw materials, so we say safe - MICI is absolutely safe even in cases when a child accidentally tastes it. However, we do not recommend eating MICI.

IMPORTANT (for children with gluten intolerance) -MICI CONTAINS WHEAT FLOUR // GLUTEN !!

3. From what age is MICI suitable for a child?

MICI is safe for use in children from 3 years of age. MICI should be used with parental supervision as there is a risk of choking.

4. Does the MICI modeling dough have an expiration date?

Yes! As the dough consists of food ingredients, MICI is best to use for 6 months from the date of manufacture. The date of manufacture is indicated on the packaging. In our experience - you can also play with MICI for more than 6 months. After using MICI, you can put it in the compost, but use the dish for small stones, beads or conch :) MĪCI will be happy if you wash your hands before each use.

5. What are the white crystals that can be seen on the MĪCI, if it is not touched for a long time?

It's salt. MICI contains a lot of salt. Squeeze and push MICI again and play on. Salt deposits are there, because of a natural process and do not affect the quality or shelf life of the product.

6. What are the instructions for use of MICI?

With MICI, everything is simple - play and put it back in thejar (so we use jars that do not allow air access)! Be careful not to leave the MICI in direct sunlight and high heat (if this happens - put it safely in the refrigerator). If you happen to leave the MICI without packaging for a long time, don't be sad - the MICI does not dry out so quickly (it can stand without being placed in a container for several hours). But if it happens that the MICI is forged - soak it again with wet hands and put it back in the jar. Do not put the MICI in the water! If it seems that the MICI has remained too soft (it also tends to be - most often, if the MICI stands in a room that is too warm), then you can add a little bit of wheat flour.