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Re: Wheat Paste


From: Joe Cox (bjcoxteachart_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Aug 17 2003 - 11:09:52 PDT

I was thinking about using it instead of wallpaper paste because I thought it would be less toxic then wallpaper paste. (If wallpaper paste is toxic.) My plans were to use it for papier-mâché. The last couple of years we have done a mask making project by making a mask from clay, pouring plaster over the mask to form a mold, and filling the mold with paper pulp to reproduce the image. I was thinking of using wallpaper paste and strips of paper to line the mold and create the mask that way. After reading some of the post I am rethinking that there may be better choices. Thanks for the input.

----- Original Message -----
From: Maggie White
Sent: Sunday, August 17, 2003 12:31 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: Wheat Paste

Joe Cox wrote:
> Can anyone direct me where I might find Wheat Paste? I have looked for
> it at Lowes and Home Depot and they don't have it. I know that it is
> used in wallpaper but I was wondering if they have quite making it.


I'm sure I've seen it at Ace Hardware.

BTW, what will you be using it for? We've had discussions in the past
about wheat paste containing ingredients to discourage or kill pests
(the four- and six-legged kind, not the two-legged ones in the
classroom). You might want to rethink using it in the classroom.


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