Plaster of Paris

When you need to make repairs to drywall, such as patching holes, filling cracks or recovering unsightly seams, you have a choice of repair materials. Joint compound is the best option in most cases, but sometimes — such as when you’re repairing a plaster wall — you need something that sets more quickly and creates a harder surface that won’t sand away. Plaster of Paris — a material traditionally used by artists — is such a compound; it has similarities to two other alternatives: , but it isn’t the same

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