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Molds Of Glue And Molasses Such As Rodgers Uses For Making His Statuettes








The flexible moulds referred to are prepared as follows:
Glue eight pounds, Molasses (New Orleans) seven pounds. Soak the Glue
over night in a small quantity of cold water, then melt it by heat over
a salt water bath, stir until froth begins to rise, then add and stir
in briskly the Molasses previously heated. Continue to heat and stir
the mixture for about half an hour; then pour.





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