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Use Plaster of Paris for Repairing Purposes

At present, the main component or ingredient which is used to make or produce plaster of Paris is gypsum. This is the principal building material and the major function of this plaster of Paris is definitely to bring an initial finish to the wall or any surface so that it becomes smooth and even. 305 more words

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Getting to know some technical notes on POP products

Several suppliers have emerged recently, promising their clients to offer the best quality construction products at affordable rates. One such item that is generally used during construction of a new building or renovating an existing one is Plaster of Paris. 313 more words

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Artist in Residence

Over the last 4 weeks, we have been working with our artists in residence called Soo and Charlie to create some fabulous sculptures, linked with our work on the artist Henry Moore. 109 more words

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Plaster Hand

Here’s another easy and quick DIY. Wake up the sculptor inside of you and make this decorative hand stand. This plaster hand is a perfect piece for holding jewelry, keychains or other belongings. 261 more words

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Making the Jack Skellington Mask

We were invited to a Halloween party this past weekend and, as soon as I heard there would be fancy dress, I couldn’t resist trying to make my own mask. 1,000 more words

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Tips to Maintain Plaster of Paris in Today’s time

In today’s construction field, if you take a look at some of the popular companies that are leading in the market, don’t be surprised to understand their real reason of success and that is customer satisfaction. 315 more words

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Rose petals for the lost

Narayan Khandekar, Harvard’s head art conservation scientist, thought he had seen, analyzed, and repaired just about everything, from ancient broken pottery to faded Impressionist masterpieces to indigenous Australian bark paintings to human hair woven into modernist works. 1,110 more words

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