On 10/02/2015 11:17, email@example.com wrote:
Sleeve / straight glass I assume - I expect the handle on the jug might
make getting it inserted in the first place!
(any glass shape that has a point where it narrows toward the exit (e.g.
just after the bulge on a straight glass) will hold plaster and hence
the rope captive.
It always used to be Plaster of Paris impregnated bandages, which were
great for modelling landscape on a model railway; just dip in water and
drape over crumpled newspaper. IIRC, for plaster casts there was a layer
of plain gauze and / or cotton wool applied first. These days the
bandage seems to be resin impregnated.
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