clay for dishes

Steve Scadding scadding at uoguelph.ca
Fri Jan 20 16:32:59 EST 1995



On 20 Jan 1995 Linda_Barlow at som-lrc.ucsd.edu wrote:

> We have been using a mystery plasticine to line our dissecting dishes for embryo 
> surgery.  The stuff we use works just fine, but we have run out of it, have no 
> idea what it was, and how to find more of the same stuff.  I have a tried a 
> couple of other locally available clays/plasticines, but haven't found anything 
> In looking through various references, mention is often made of American Art 
> Clay, from Indianapolis.  Unfortunately, I've been unable to track this brand 
> down in the San Diego area.  Does anyone have the name of a similar brand of 
> plasticine clay that is available locally, or know how I might get a hold of 
> some American Art clay?

The  brand name of the American Art Clay Co modelling clay is "Permoplast".
The address on the package is:
American Art Clay Company, Inc.,
4717 West Sixteenth St.,
Indianapolis, Indiana  46222

But I must warn you that I bought a lot of this stuff many, many years 
ago and so the address may not be current.  If you phone the company, 
they may be able to give you the name of a San Diego area supplier.
Good luck!


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