Plaster of Paris
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Plaster of Paris may be used to fill holes in interior plaster walls and ceilings. Its easy-to-mix formula dries to a dense, durable finish that resists paint absorption. Plaster of Paris sets quickly and can be painted with any oil or latex-based paint when dry. Plaster of Paris can also be used for mold making, casting sculpted figures, and hobby and craft applications.
Features & Advantages
- It is a versatile material that can be easily molded into various shapes and forms.
- It has a smooth and fine texture, making it ideal for creating intricate details and designs.
- It sets quickly when mixed with water, allowing for fast and efficient use.
- Plaster of Paris can be easily painted and decorated, making it a popular choice for art and craft projects.
- It can also be used for creating molds and casts, as it captures fine details and provides a smooth finish.
- Ceiling Walls
- Plaster of Paris is commonly used in the medical field for making casts and splints.
- It is also used in the construction industry for creating decorative elements such as cornices, ceiling roses, and moldings. Its ability to harden into a durable and smooth finish makes it a popular choice for adding intricate details to buildings and interiors.
- Keep It out of reach of children.
- Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves, and eye/face protection.
- After contact with the skin, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
- In case of contact with eyes rinse immediately with plenty of clean water and seek medical advice.
- One year from the date of MFG in original closed packaging.
- Store in a cool & dry place.