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Claycrete Papier Mache

by Amaco

Just add water. Non-souring, non-toxic

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Claycrete Papier Mache

by Amaco

Average User Rating: Based on (5 Reviews)

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Dawn L. from Nisswa, MN says:

Another amazing, inexpensive way to do paper mache without newspaper and flour and water!! This is so simple to make and so easy to work with, I bought 2 bags as I wasn't sure how far it would go, but...[more]

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Can Claycrete be easily sanded after it is dry?

- Asked by Carolyn on 10-Dec-12

The Claycrete Papier Mache by Amaco is not recommended for sanding. Once the mold has dried you can paint or decorate directly onto the surface.

- Answered by MisterArt on 11-Dec-12

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Rated by: Dawn L. in Nisswa, MN
Another amazing, inexpensive way to do paper mache without newspaper and flour and water!! This is so simple to make and so easy to work with, I bought 2 bags as I wasn't sure how far it would go, but am pleased to say I am not even done with my first bag!! This is equal to the more expensive paper mache products out there and more for your money!
Rated by: Sarah B. in Harper Woods, MI
This is great stuff. Back in the day it would take me a week to rip up enought newspaper, soak it, drain it, and mash it to create a simlar substance. Be careful....do not add too much water. I made twice as much as I needed.
Rated by: Jean W. in SUMMERVILLE, SC
This is a wonderful product for adding depth and texture to Papier Mache sculpture. The local craft stores in my area doesn't stock 5 lb. bags. I can always depend on MisterArt.com to have them in stock with fast shipping.
Rated by: Karen B. in Buffalo, NY
This is the first time I've used this type of product and I found it worked great accept it wasn't easy to adhere to a plastic armiture, but adding more water than the directions called for did help.
Rated by: Donna M. in Charles City, VA
I purchased this product as a test to see how it compared to the product I had been currently using. It worked just as well and it appears to be cheaper than the current paper mache I had been using.

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