We really control the moisture in the air before pressing.
I hate those pleats/kinks , they seem to travel a bit so trimming them out is sometimes not a option. We do leave large borders now on critical jobs so that if these nasties do occur we will trim.
Not sure how big your pressing room is , but a good humidifier and closed doors over night should do the trick for the days you want to press. Let the prints and slip covers sit in the room, then give the slip covers a quick press and you should be fine.
Originally Posted by sepiareverb