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Browsing Archive: May, 2014

FRAMING ON A BUDGET: PART 4--Repairing A Plaster Frame

Posted by Gail Daley on Monday, May 26, 2014, In : Business Development 

As I stated earlier, I don’t recommend re-fitting ornate Plaster Of Paris frames. However, if it means the difference between repairing an existing frame you are already using and purchasing a new one there is a way to fix chipped or broken edges. First, I want you to notice that on most plaster frames such as this one shown in the photo, there is a repeating pattern on the corners and sides. To do this repair, you will need to make a clay mold of the unbroken matching side of the frame, ...


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Browsing Archive: May, 2014

FRAMING ON A BUDGET: PART 4--Repairing A Plaster Frame

Posted by Gail Daley on Monday, May 26, 2014, In : Business Development 

As I stated earlier, I don’t recommend re-fitting ornate Plaster Of Paris frames. However, if it means the difference between repairing an existing frame you are already using and purchasing a new one there is a way to fix chipped or broken edges. First, I want you to notice that on most plaster frames such as this one shown in the photo, there is a repeating pattern on the corners and sides. To do this repair, you will need to make a clay mold of the unbroken matching side of the frame, ...


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