cements, architectural



cements, architectural defined in 1909 year

cements, architectural - Cements, Architectural;
cements, architectural - Architectural cement is a kind of papier-mache and is used for making entire models, busts, ornaments, etc., rather than for uniting the parts of any article. It is very light, and takes a good polish, but is easily affected by moisture.
  1. Reduce paper to a smooth pulp by boiling it in water, and work it over. Squeeze this paste dry, and add an equal bulk of whiting. Then mix the whole into a paste of the required consistence with good size or solution of glue.
  2. Same as (1), but with plaster-of-Paris instead of whiting.
  3. Strong rice-water size is mixed with paper which has been pulped in boiling water; whiting is then added, in sufficient quantity to produce the desired consistence.


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