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Old 11-09-2009, 09:47 PM   #1
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Blocking Acrylic?
Ok, so before I get a thousand people telling me you can't, I've just gone through about a dozen blogs saying you can.However, they all say I need to use steam and that soaking and laying to dry will not work.

Is there absolutely anything that I can do to avoid steaming as I do not have a steam setting on my iron and love the thing to death just the way its steam-less self is?

Would anyone recommend soaking and ironing with a towel over?Has anyone tried anything aside from steaming?
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