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Re: Plaster

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LMiller435_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Fri Nov 29 2002 - 09:31:13 PST


In a message dated 11/29/2002 10:32:06 AM Eastern Standard Time,
lindwood@webtv.net writes:

Yes, that's the way. I had it backwards.
Leslie in Framingham

> I was taught to start with water...then use a coffee can or some vessel to
> add plaster into the water until you see the mountain cone of plaster rise
> above the water a bit...then mix. ALso, if you tap your bucket hard
> against the floor, or hit it on the side a few times with a hammer, the air
> bubbles will rise to the top. ALso, keep your hand submerged while mixing
> so as not to stir in air.
> Pour it when it is like thick cream.
> Linda in Houston
>

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