Quote Originally Posted by dpurdy View Post
Just curl the print backwards a little. Unless the humidity is very low and the paper is very very dry, flattening the print is easy to do. My fiber prints lay flatter than my RC prints.
You must live in very different climate or use very different paper.

My first fb print curled so much it looked like a flower. I find it a bit hard to believe that any fb lays flatter than rc and curling it manually has any effect. I tried flattening foma with glass and stacking books; I left it for over a week didn't have but a slight effect. Ilford mg is much better in that respect but far from what you describe.