transporting muslin

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Frederick, Jul 24, 2003.

  1. Frederick

    Frederick Guest

    As I mentioned in one of my other postings, I have a lot of muslin
    backdrops. My wife made a mistake when purchasing some fabric to make
    some more backdrops. We found out after the fact that they were not
    muslin after all some were 100% cotton. They still look nice but
    wrinkles are an issue.

    Since my company vehicle is a 1997 Olds Cutlass, there is not a lot of
    room to carry backdrops. I have tried putting them in a bag, but that
    just wrikles them. Since I am traveling into customer's homes, there
    is no opportunity to iron them when I get there.

    Can anyone suggest anything to do in order not to wrnkle the
    backdrops? They only wrinkle in transport as they are hanging when not
    in use. Hanging was an option but no room in the vehicle to do that

    Thanks in advance.
    Frederick, Jul 24, 2003
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  2. Frederick

    Carole Guest

    The only thing I can think of is that you could get some large cardboard
    rolls and roll them around it...anyway you fold them they are going to
    wrinkle...the other option is to get a portable steamer and steam the
    wrinkles's a bit easier than ironing.
    Carole, Jul 25, 2003
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