38 thoughts on “Plaster of Paris interior designs making ( Documentary )

  1. Both plaster of Paris and Portland cement are hazardous for the skin. The person in the video stirring the mixture with his hands, if he is doing that on a regular basis, is going to experience skin burns. Anyone putting his/ her hands in the material must wear protective rubber or latex gloves.

    Plaster of Paris and Portland cement in an air-born dust can also be hazardous to the eyes and the lungs. So the work must be done in a well ventilated area and eye protection might be a good idea for anyone working with these materials for an extended period of time.

  2. sir how to recycle plaster of Paris if model is broken . my mean what chemical mix with plaster of Paris .my job is lost wax casting.so I want to reuse plaster of Paris of investment of model.because when I bake plaster upto 730 centrigate then it's did not solid form after remixed. water .so tell me what chemical mix with plaster of Paris whom convert plaster of Paris in solid form

  3. @vardhaman Desai. I am Planning to start a manufacturing plant for the POP Sheets. Can you please provide some info from where can I buy the raw materials? (Gypsum/plaster and White Cement)

  4. Please, could you describe the kind of adhesive you use to fix pieces made of plaster on wall? I don't remember the right term in english language, but I remember the adhesive material is close to the plaster powder.

  5. Hi, nice video, thanks for sharing. Could you suggest where can I buy rubber molds (dye) for making these products. I am not a professional but just for hobby.

  6. this video is a very pleasant experience, oddly satisfying.

    i am a craftsman who uses plaster myself, and i can appreciate the effort that goes into these sculptures.

    one of these days i might get decorations from this particular shop for when i have my own home.

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