Hi, you may be interested in trying this technique, which I have settled on for drying fibre prints- After the final wash I squeegee the prints then place them on a large sheet of glass (I use an old glazed picture frame as the frame makes it easy to handle) then along the full length of each edge of the print I put a strip of moistened gum strip (supplied by art shops), effectively taping the print to the glass and leave the print to dry overnight, cutting it out with a sharp knife the next day. The prints sometimes end up having a very gentle curve to them, but in a mount they sit perfectly flat and look great. They do not dry quite as glossy as heat dried prints, but the flatness achieved outweighs the loss of glossiness for me.... I'm considering placing the print-on-glass combo into an oven to experiment with retaining the gloss, or even the microwave, as I dry my test strips in the microwave to check for dry-down, and they always come out super glossy...