Post by oldfartatplay on Jan 29, 2009 9:52:25 GMT -8
What kind of wrinkle? I mean is it just a bend or a crease? You might get a bend out by flattening it print between some strong foam core and pile up some books to press it out, If its a crease the fibers in the paper are broken and probably can't be fixed.
Post by sylvia0rtiz on Jan 30, 2009 2:28:44 GMT -8
ok. im a pro at this!!! it aaaaallll depends on the surface its on and what kind of paint/ink was used... 1: if its on canvas.....lay flat on clean surface at any craft store theres a spray thats called follow directons an walla another easy solution is to simply damp the back of it with a wet rag and let dry (same result but takes more time and patience 2. it the print is on paper with oil based ink you can dampen the area its creased and compress it between two cardboard and something with weight to it on top. otherwise take it to an art framing place or a print shop they have a steam press that they use for this sorta thing they may be able to save it for a small fee GOOD LUCK!!
I know when I have a drawing that has any kinda fold in it that I want to get out I take my iron on low low to medium heat and I put another thin piece of paper ( for protection) between the drawing and the iron and I slowly iron the fold out, it really works amazing on the drawings, I guess it would be the same concept behind a press at a frame shop and the are insured for damages, so you might just want to take it there