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Re: Rubber bowls for plaster

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From: Mark Alexander (malexander06_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Oct 29 2000 - 17:56:33 PST


Yea, I seem to recall having the same "duh" reaction when I got this tip on
this list 2-3 years ago. Works great and the price is even better than Sax
(sorry, Judy, but most of us are natural scrounges-Sax is one of the best
for all those supplies that're had to scrounge for!)

Mark

----- Original Message -----

> In a message dated 10/29/00 4:26:57 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> malexander06@snet.net writes:
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> << I use the cut off bottoms of 1 gal. milk jugs. They're flexible so
plaster
> can be popped out, and yet they're disposable for when they get too
gross.
>
> Mark

> >>
> Thsi si one of those "DUH" ideas! I just smacked myself in the head
> thinking, what a great idea! Thanks, I have a bazillion milk jugs!
> Gabrielle