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Uncle Milton’s Wild Walls Review
Wild Walls are not your average Wall Decals. During the day you can admire the beautiful characters on your bedroom but at night they “come to life” with a show of lights and music!.
To install just stick the decals to your walls. They are super easy to apply and you can unstick them in case yo get an air bubble. It took me less than 3 minutes to do my daughter’s room. And the Little Mermaid is HUGE.. She’s 22 inches in height. Plus you can arrange them any way you like them. Then just nail the Wallscape FX Activator (A.K.A the music and light box) a few inches from the decals and voila!. You’re all set for your underwater adventure!. And I was pleasantly surprised that batteries ARE included.
Wild Walls offer over 11 different subjects to choose for girls and boys alike. From dinosaurs, to sharks and everything in between. Click here to check out their entire selection.
Wild Walls are specially great if your child is afraid of the dark. The music and light will slowly ease them into sleep. When I turned my daughter’s on, I could hear the ocean waves, portions Sebastian’s “Under The Sea” song coming every few seconds and lights dimmed and made it seem like Ariel, Sebastian and Flounder where inside the ocean.
I really love this product and in came in the nick of the time. I recently weaned off my 4 year old from her pacifier and she was having a hard time falling asleep at night. A typical night where she would fall asleep right away turned into hours of getting off her bed, playing with all her toys and generally turning her room into a mess. The next morning she’d wake up and be irritable all day at school. Wild Walls have really helped our nights. First of all because she doesn’t want to turn the like back on and the sweet melodies relax her.
Uncle Milton offers a variety of other toys that I can’t wait to try. Here’s a little video I made of Wild Walls so you can really see and hear my 4 year old’s nightly show: