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Hello, Does anyone know if   "yeso"  the same as  "Blanco de España" which seems to be a finer powder and whiter than plain "yeso". 

Which should be used for a children's art project where it says to use Plaster of Paris". Should I use "yeso" or "Blanco de España", or  should I make a mixture of both?  Help please! 

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1 hour ago, Yola said:

Hello, Does anyone know if   "yeso"  the same as  "Blanco de España" which seems to be a finer powder and whiter than plain "yeso". 

Which should be used for a children's art project where it says to use Plaster of Paris". Should I use "yeso" or "Blanco de España", or  should I make a mixture of both?  Help please! 

As cheap as it is, try it and discover for yourself what works best for your needs.

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On 3/26/2017 at 10:07 AM, J.Miller said:

I am looking for plaster of paris to make chalk paint; does anyone know where I can buy this lakeside or what it is called in Mexico?

What exactly is your definition of chalk paint and how do you intend to use it and maybe I can help you if you give me this info? If it's for furniture, I have your solution. This antique cupboard I did extensive restoration on and then matching on those parts to the original dry finish paint.

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19 hours ago, ComputerGuy said:

Web board/chat room etiquette has long dictated that users do a SEARCH before posting a topic or question. This prevents numerous, in some cases hundreds or thousands of similar posts. Many moderators are keenly interested in keeping these rules met. I have one technical site wherein not only do posts with similar topics immediately get moved, but the poster gets chastised for being sloppy. Regular users also will jump down your throat.

I always do a search first. Newcomers to this board are probably used to that etiquette, and in the "real world" of Webboards, no one cares how out-of-date the original post is, in most instances. This Webboard is not in that world.

So don't worry about old threads: if the current post is pertinent, then all is well, and everything is kept together.

Lo siento,you are correct.

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