- My system, which combines a couple of people's methods that I learned
from. is to pour the alum in a glass pie plate, then put the paper in a
cookie sheet with sides and roll on the alum with a round sponge brush that
is used for painting trim in corners. I get it at the hardware store. It
is about 3" wide with a handle and makes this step very quick and easy.
Then I stack up the papers and put weights on them overnight, then store
them in a large, 2 gallon size plastic ziploc bag. If they are larger, I
have hung them up to dry on clothespins or over a diaper drying rack, which
will leave a crease, but then I weight them down flat before they get all
the way dry.
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