Papier-mache, paper, Papier-mache, paper, Papier-mache, paper, Papier-mache, paper, Papier-mache
Cellulose Fibre can be used to replace the traditional method of producing papier- mâché.
So instead of hoarding large amounts of waste paper, tearing it up into tiny pieces and then boiling it in small batches; simply take the required amount of PCP Cellulose Fibre from the bag, damp it and mix it with an adhesive.
Fluff up the PCP Cellulose fibre in the bag to remove any lumps. Place the required amount in a plastic bowl or bucket and add warm or cold water. Mix until an even darker colour appears indicating that all of the fibre has been wetted. Squeeze out any excess water, add the adhesive (approx. 1 ounce of adhesive to 1 pound of pulp) and mix until all fibres have been coated and use within 3hrs.
A sister site of Life Changing Activities
A sister site of Coasteering Wales