|Item Weight||20.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 11 x 6.2 inches|
|Item model number||PAC52720|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PAC52720|
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- Simply cut to desired lengths, wet the strips and mold them around a base shape
- When dry, simply sand smooth and paint
- Nontoxic and suitable for use with all ages
- Overall dimensions: 6"W x 396'L
- Moldable plaster-impregnated gauze strips.
- Create unique class projects with these plaster-impregnated gauze strips.
- Wet the strips and mold around a base; adheres to itself or any porous material.
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Plaster Craft Strips let kids make unusual items such as a globe, bunny and more. Simply cut to desired lengths, wet the strips and mold them around a base shape. Each strip adheres to itself or any porous material. When dry, simply sand smooth and paint. Plaster impregnated gauze comes in convenient fan folded packages. The gauze band is 6" wide, and the continuous fanfold packing allows easy use and handling. Craft strips are nontoxic and suitable for use with all ages. Full instructions are included.
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Well, this is a LOT of material. The wrap is 6" wide, and the box is 15" long and 11" tall. The material is folded fan-style. This is hefty stack of material.
I've used Rigid Wrap a lot. This product has a slightly wider mesh opening, but it has more powdered plaster material. Overall, I would say it is at least comparable to Rigid Wrap, and I really think it's a little better.
It sticks like crazy to anything porous. I made "ropes" of it and stuck it down to some luan - it is not going anywhere, even though it has a rather small surface area of contact.
I highly recommend this. It is good quality at a SMALL FRACTION of the price of other products.
And surface that are really slick....like plastic or glass....should be "roughed up"...with steel wool....emery file....or covered in paper strips or masking tape to give the substrate "tooth"...something the plastercloth can hold onto and not slide off!
I hope my tips are helpful!😊
I started using this product in high school (about six years before this review was written), and the teacher used the exact same brand and box. 20 lbs of this stuff goes a long way for small scale projects. It can be used for costuming, sculpting, set-building, and just messing around with goopy white fabric. The gauze comes in large plastic bags within the box, and is folded so the side of the box can be used as a large feed, as is shown in the product photo. The gauze is split into a few long sheets, but each one should be long enough for any extra-large projects. For the price, the amount of gauze is very good. Buying small packs at AC Moore or Michael's will cost far more than buying in bulk here.
A problem I have faced with other brands of plaster gauze is the product drying out over time. A year later, with storage in a house that has varying humidity, the gauze has stayed usable and smooth. This is definitely a plus for anybody that doesn't plan on using it all at once.
The only diffrence between this and woodland scenics is that woodland dries to a nice white hardness and the Pacon turns grey when its dry . As far as texture it tends to blend out evenly so you dont get as many lil bald spots .
I will be using this for all of my large project needs .
Side note I did notice that my hands itch with this product , Im allergic to alot of stuff so its problably just me but the woodland gave me no itching . I'll just wear nitrile gloves problem solved