Quote Originally Posted by Aggie
The easiest way to flatten a print after it is dried, barring a dry mount press is to iron the thing. just use two pieces of heavy paper top and bottom to protect it, and iron away at a lower setting. It will not harm the emulsion in the least.
You're absolutely correct Aggie. Dry mount presses are expensive. If you're just a home darkroom worker, you won't necessarily have enough need for one to justify such a purpose. Cheap print dryers, the kind with the canvas covers don't do such a good job and aren't worth the money either.