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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by C-money fresh!, Sep 2, 2007.
where can u get wheat paste
look at the front page you make it
When you make wheat paste, will the pot that you make it in have a layer of wheat paste left over? I don't want to use a pot and then later have to throw it out because I can't cook in it anymore.
I believe some pots are better like i've made a batch where the bottom was so sticky. I may not have added enough water. But it defiantly was really hard to get off.
Ok, I don't wanna piss off any hardcore pasters out there but I'd like to know if theres a paste recipe that is temporary (say a couple of months) and that will not harm the building or leave ugly marks when its taken off.
Why would you want that??
hes a pussy
Cos its for a public arts project in partnership with the city library and its only meant to be temporary. Heres an image...
prety cool.. nah i dont know any, sorry
maybe just uhh.. more water less flour, no sugar, no wood glue
anyway.. just a question, for exeprienced pasters, can you paste in the winter time?
When making a poster does it matter what materials you use?? Is there some better than others?
by materials do you mean the paper? the thinner the better, with the art medium, i suggest paint or print, i highly suggest laser ink, either way spray with uv resistant krylon paint you can find in stores.. remember, your paste should always have the consistancy of tomato juice, add sugar and wood glue. i also hear brown flower is better than white. the best surfaces to paint on would be concrete and metal, doesnt work that bad with rust, but eventally the rust will show through, dont paste on wood and plastic
Love those stencils by banksy lol ;D
Why are you posting banksy stencils in a wheatpaste thread
Dude, i didnt tell you that so you can start posting pics off the internet for credits.. you should take pictures of your local graffiti and put it on the forums...
You can definitely paste in the winter. We always cook up a batch of paste before we go out so it was nice and warm. If your using an old batch of paste and it's hella cold out you should put a little salt in to keep it from freezing. You may also want to wear gloves if its really cold cuz the paste can get really cold on the hands
Hey much appreciated for the reply and the heads up
wheatpaste can get ill
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