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Re: Paper mach paste

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Jasmine Preston (jdp30)
Tue, 2 Feb 1999 22:30:55 -0600


I am a big fan of Ross Art Paste. One box makes a gallon of paste for
about $3. It's not as cheap, but it's really easy. It's non-toxic,
doesn't smell, lasts over a year once mixed if kept from drying out.

Jasmine
jdp30

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> From: menichino <menichino>
> To: artsednet <artsednet.edu>
> Subject: Papier mache paste
> Date: Tuesday, February 02, 1999 4:55 PM
>
> Hi everyone --
> Has anyone else had trouble getting wallpaper paste from local lumber
> yards, hardware stores lately? I ran out of the supply I ordered from
> Nasco, but I figured no problem I can just buy some. It's amazingly hard
> to find! I think they've replaced most of the wheat paste with synthetic
> stuff that says caution do not use with children.... I know flour and
> water works, but anyone have any other ideas for an easy mixing paste for
> laminated paper projects? Well, at least I now know to order plenty for
> next year!!
> Liz in rural NY