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    i've seen my mum iron bigger things that 12x12
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    I've ironed my backdrop before and it was a snap! Seriously I spend longer ironing the weekly laundry than it took to iron my backdrop.

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    i may give that a try then.


    but what about the other backdrops ive seen? they look vinyl and can be rolled up or down by pulling on them. i dont know how to really explain it.
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    I use a dewrinkler spray as well. I spray the backdrop then smooth with my hands. It works really well.

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    you can mist the fabric with a spray bottle and, if hanging, wrinkles will be gone in 5 minutes. Old restaurant trick for table clothes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sontizzle View Post
    but what about the other backdrops ive seen? they look vinyl and can be rolled up or down by pulling on them. i dont know how to really explain it.
    Are you referring to muslin backdrops possibly?

 

 
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