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paper pulp solutions

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Sun, 22 Aug 1999 20:08:03 -0500

Thanks to all who gave me ideas on how to handle the pulp problem.

-I had some who said it was ok to add a little bleach and some who said not
to because
it wouldn't be good for the kids or paper fibers.
-I like the idea of snagging some toilet paper from the supply room. The
paper breaks
apart by itself, because it is so thin.
-Boy, I wish I had the room and time to set up the garbage disposer for
making pulp. It
sounds like a great way to make lots of pulp in a short time.
-I've been told you can also use a drill mixer in a 5 gal. bucket.
-Adding prit paste, a little Elmers glue , or paper mache paste are good for
binding the paper.
-Also adding oil of cloves or peppermint will give the pulp a more pleasant



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