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Melissa & Doug Fire Truck Indoor Corrugate Cardboard Playhouse (4 Feet Long)

There’s plenty of room to get playtime adventures rolling and let imaginations grow in this roomy and exciting fire truck! The large, extra thick and sturdy cardboard playhouse stands more than three feet tall and four feet long and is covered with vibrant, full-color artwork. Packed with playful details, such as hoses, dials, and an exciting dashboard with GPS, the playhouse includes back doors that open and close, warning lights on the roof, a gas tank that opens for fill-ups, and windows on all four sides to let in lots of light. There’s even a free-standing corrugate fire hydrant!

Product Features

  • Roomy and sturdy 4-foot-long fire truck indoor playhouse made of extra thick and sturdy cardboard with vibrant, full-color exterior artwork
  • Back doors swing open and closed; windows on every side; includes a free-standing corrugate fire hydrant
  • Playful details include hoses, dials, exciting dashboard with GPS, steering wheel that spins, warning lights on roof, and a gas tank that opens for fill-ups
  • Extra big for multiple kids to play and for imaginations to grow
  • Ages 3+; 33″ x 39.25″ x 48″ assembled

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2 thoughts on “Melissa & Doug Fire Truck Indoor Corrugate Cardboard Playhouse (4 Feet Long)

  1. Flimsy Gave it to my 3yr old and he loved it. Within 2 days it was starting to fall apart. 2 weeks later and several parts are ripped and the box is pretty bent up. It’s made of cardboard so I know it wouldn’t last forever. But it could have been sturdier in my opinion. Here are my criticisms:1) For $43, it should be sturdier. The lack of a bottom ‘floor’ causes the whole fire truck to bend too easily.2) Be aware that this takes quite a while to set up (45 minutes with 2…

  2. A fun play area for a firetruck-loving child This is really cute. I’d give it five stars based on my grandsons’ (ages 2 1/2 & 4 1/2) reactions to it but four stars because the edges of the cardboard seemed sharp. I used packing tape around the windows’ edges to prevent potential paper cuts. Although it comes with instructions, I didn’t actually find them until after I’d assembled it. Assembly is mostly intuitive and I was able to put it together without help from anyone else. I knew it was cardboard so didn’t really expect it to last much…

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