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Unfinished Wooden Toy Boxes

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Wooden toy boxes are great for organizing and keeping all your child's toys in one place. We all like to get our children everything they need, but this can sometimes get out of control and toys get left all over the house. This is not only messy but it is also a bad habit for the child to get into. They need to know cleanliness and order. A wooden toy box can be used as a tool to teach them to clean up after themselves and take responsibility for their actions.

Unfinished wooden toy boxes offer something more. They are the same solid wood construction as other toy boxes but they also a great canvas for children to decorate and express themselves. Because unfinished wooden toy boxes are considerably cheaper than finished toy boxes and ultimately not manufactured to stay in the family for generations, the child can add paint, stickers, stencils and more to the toy box.

When you buy unfinished wooden toy boxes you still need to look for certain safety aspects. Look for a lid that has slow-moving and sturdy hinges, this will stop the lid of from potentially crashing down on the child's fingers or hitting their head. Also look for unfinished wood boxes that have a groove cut out just below the lid. This will mean the child can close the box without potentially catching their fingers. Finally, look for unfinished wooden toy boxes that have been constructed well. Be aware of protruding nails and screws, splinters in the wood and check that all parts are tight and secure.