Polly Plastics Review
The assortment Polly Plastics provides is extremely nice. You have the primary colors, red, blue, and yellow. You also have black and white, and even a gold and silver pairing. Of course you also get the larger amount of regular plastic pellets.
I show the pellets in groups, the red, yellow, and blue in one picture, and the black, white, gold and silver in another. I also highlight the pellets that are nondescript in color, that form a different shade of white. I definitely like these pellets, and I want to explain why. The pellets themselves are uniquely shaped, and the colors are quite vivid!
The red, yellow and blue are very vivid, and you can match up the pieces from each to the color of their bag (something that I thought was pretty cool).
The black, white (hard to see on the white background) silver and gold have the same cylindrical style of pellet. The black and white pellet bags are black and white, whereas the gold and silver have plain clear bags.
The large container of Polly Plastics pellets are actually quite different in shape, pellet wise. The pellets are almost spherical in shape, although they are not perfectly round and smooth. You can see the comparison between the regular plastic pellets in front of the Polly Plastics container in comparison to the colored gold pellets off to the side.
There is not a lot of colored pellets in comparison to the regular pellets, but they do nicely at starting a color and seeing how they actually mix. The pellets in the bags are no where near the quantity of the pellets in the Polly Plastics container, but there is quite a bit when you actually start messing with it.
The pellets can be mixed, and there is a little chart that is provided to show how the different colors can be mixed.
On the back, it shows how the gold and the silver can be mixed to create different shades.
The instructions in the book are crystal clear, and very easy to follow. It even gives suggestions on what not to use around the plastic pellets so as to not ruin either the pellets or the other material. It gives suggestions on what you could do with the pellets, as well as a few other tips (I can not give everything away now can I?). I had a pretty easy time using these, they have been a really nice way to make little molds (or my personal favorite use, replacing the game pieces that have seemed to go missing ever since I got a cat…).
Overall, I definitely would recommend these pellets by Polly Plastics, they have been a really nice variety to have and exactly what I would hope for with plastic pellets.
You can check out this on Amazon HERE.
Disclaimer: I did receive this assortment of plastic pellets for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
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