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Re: Paper mach paste

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Melissa Enderle (enderlml.wi.us)
Wed, 3 Feb 1999 06:30:39 -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.
Ross Art Paste is the only stuff I use for papier maché. It even works
great for applying tissue paper, cellophane, or other items to surfaces.
You can also pour it into the liquid OıGlue containers to replace the
used glue - itıs the same stuff. Cheap and not smelly. Clear and can be
void of lumps. Yea, you donıt get the high after opening up the lid like
you do with wallpaper paste thatıs been sitting around, but I prefer my
fermentation to happen elsewhere.

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