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It seems resilient enough at the point of crease. It might be better after continuous use above it (with a natural flattening) but I's wondering if anyone has a permanent active solution.

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My typical solution for trying to make something flat: stick something heavy on it for a while. A pile of large textbooks books, maybe? – DMA57361 Sep 15 '10 at 7:31
hrm. that might work, but, if it works I suspect it may need ages. It's very hard material. Or it may not work at all. I may try it. – j riv Jan 7 '11 at 12:40
ah.. maybe heat.. – j riv Jan 7 '11 at 12:41

Self - reluctant - answer. Perhaps pressure in combination with heat.

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