How do you dry out a wet book?
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do you dry a wet book without wrinkles?
You do not need to worry if your book is soaked. Stand it upright, closed tightly together by two bookends. Place a piece of absorbent paper in between the front cover and the text, and another in between the back cover and the text. Place a last absorbent piece underneath the book.
Subsequently, question is, how do you dry a wet book in the oven? Dry the books with a fan. Never use a regular oven, a hair dryer, or a microwave oven for book drying. This will result in your book's pages becoming crispy and therefore crumbly. Note that drying with the fan will take several hours at the very least, and could even last for days.
Correspondingly, how do you dry wet papers?
First, place the wet paper on a flat surface where it will be able to lie for several hours. Dab the paper gently with a towel to remove some of the excess moisture. Avoid rubbing the paper, because this will damage it. Turn on a fan near your wet paper to help circulate the air and dry it quicker.
How do you fix a water damaged textbook?
Cover a flat surface with the strong, white plain absorbent paper towels or another absorbent type of non-print paper. Stand the book on end to help allow any lingering water to drain downwards. Slip plain, white paper towels between the first page and the binding and then the last page and the binding.