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Re: Ross, glue & water, flour & water, Vano Starch...

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menichino (menichino)
Sun, 30 May 1999 18:13:19 -0400


Hi all --
So here it is a GORGEOUS Sunday afternoon and I'm at the computer putting
the finishing touches on my supply requisition for next school year. I
have $50 worth of Ross art paste on the list -- Bunki, what is/where can I
find Vano Starch? How do you use it? Is it like liquid starch that you'd
use "straight" or is there mixing involved.... My gardening awaits so I'm
hoping to resolve this soon!!!
Thanks -- Liz in rural NY

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> >Bunki.......(etc)...I usually use white
> >glue and water but was thinking of changing to Ross. I hope we get some
more
> >feedback on this. >Reatha
> ***********
>
> HI...I got alot of feedback and most of it was that they were using Ross
> BUT they were having to use multiple layers to get it hard enough.
> Well...I'm scratching my head wonderin' why do THAT when one layer of
flour
> & water OR one layer of Vano Starch can do the same thing for less time
and
> less money in the long run. That means they are probably taking 3 times
the
> amt. of time to do the same job I would do in one. Most of the rationale
is
> that it can be "kept" for a long shelf life but so can Vano Starch.
>

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