@ Bruce: I use Bienfang Color Mount Tissue, and set the iron's dial at about 2:00. I have learned not to press too hard as that can leave an impression of the iron on the face of the print. I just tack the tissue as lightly as I can (I do not touch the tissue with the iron directly, but use a bit of the parchment paper between it and the tissue). I also discovered a very wide paint roller with a thick and fuzzy nap that I use immediately after pulling the print from the press. Since using it, I've had no bubbles and no lifting. And that, too, is a helluva lot less expensive than the piece of enameled heavy steel that Light Impressions used to offer to press the print after its time in the press.
@Tom1956: The Council was formed a bunch of years ago to sorta keep tabs on trolls, fights, and other issues that arose from time to time among members. When those issues were identified, the moderators were informed and they would alert the death squads!
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