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Wrinkeling in cloth windlace

I'm having problems with wrinkles in the corners with the cloth windlace I purchased at a local supply store. Is the bulk cloth windlace all the same or are there better quality options or is it my lack of experience?


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Old 03-06-2013, 07:04 PM
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Thats just the nature of that cloth, but still looks good If you have a steamer try to steam it , mght help.
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You needed to pull it just a little tighter across the top of the door, and it will be fine. It's not that far off.

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