Yes, as long as you also know how to plaster.
You will need: paint (liquid), sponge (medium), brushes \/ rollers, a cleaning cloth and mastic.
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What is plastic made of?
Plastic is defined as a material that contains as an essential ingredient an organic substance of large molecular weight. It is also defined as polymers of long carbon chains. Carbon atoms are linked in chains and are produced in long chain molecules. Plastic was discovered by famous German chemist Christian Schonbein in 1846.
What is the origin of the word "plastic"?
Introduction to Plastic. The word, plastic, was derived from the word ‘Plastikos’ meaning ‘to mould’ in Greek. Fossil fuels have compounds containing hydrogen and carbon (hydrocarbon) which act as building blocks for long polymer molecules. These building blocks are known as monomers, they link together to form long carbon chains called polymers.
Who discovered plastic?
Plastic was discovered by famous German chemist Christian Schonbein in 1846. Plastics were actually discovered accidentally. Christian was experimenting in his kitchen and by accident, he spilt a mixture of nitric acid and sulphuric acid.
What is thermosetting plastic?
Thermosetting: Plastics that cannot be softened again by heating once they are moulded. Heavily cross-linked polymers come under the category of thermosetting plastics. Example: Bakelite, melamine, etc. Bakelite is used for making electrical switches whereas melamine is used for floor tiles.
What happens if you don’t recycle?
If they are not recycled at the proper time, then they get mixed with other chemicals or materials and hen ce become more difficult to recycle and become a source of pollution. They are non-biodegradable, and they do not get decomposed by the microbial action.