you arrange the silk roll between the caps, place the whole assembly in a big pot half
filled with water. (bottom picture) On top of the stovepipe place folded paper towel to
absorb the water which may condense on the top surface and drop on the roll of silk.
put a lid on top. (picture on the right)
To prevent the steam escaping between the pot and the pipe cover with aluminium foil.
let the silk steam cook 2 to 3 hours after the water starts boiling.
If the colours of your paintings are dark colours I usually cook the
silk a little longer.
the steaming is finished wash the silk in water mixed with a little
salt. Place the silk while still damp between print paper, iron.
silk washed in water mixed with a little white vinegar will shine
If your silk crease when cooking it is very difficult to iron out the
crease. Put a little white vinegar with your fingertips on the crease
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