Comic book pressing before and after
Premier Pressing | Comic Book Cleaning & PressingComic book pressing is the process of flattening out a comic book that has been wrinkled or damaged. Comics can get bent during shipping or have creaselines from heavy reading. Good news: Comic Books can be pressed using a t-shirt heatpress machine, a book press, a stack of short boxes, or anything heavy and flat. The idea is simple: to smooth out the waves and bumps on the cover of a comic book. This makes the overall grade and eye appeal of the book increase considerably. Comic book pressing is not restoration, more like comic book conservation.
COMIC BOOK PRESSING "BEFORE AND AFTER" EPISODE #1
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I have been posting on Instagram, and Facebook, and neglected to include those post here. Amateur embossing is one of the toughest pressable defects to remove. Even if it is flat and flush, there are usually signs it was there, like stress lines from damaged fibers. While this before and after is not a perfect example, it shows that Hero Restoration can give the book that extra needed to get the best grade bump possible. This Giant Size X-Men exhibited a very rare defect. The paper had bubbled out on both sides of the the paper, causing the paper to separate internally.
Our goal is to turn back the clock on your comic books to the day they came off the shelf! Cleaning and pressing your comic can also improve the overall grade of your comic book! We will communicate with you about your submissions throughout the process to ensure that you are getting the service you deserve! Our current turnaround time is business days. Before cleaning and pressing your comic books, we will let you know if a higher CGC grade is not attainable if you are submitting them for grading. Josh Almond Buzz Comics. Just simply, wow!
What are the tell-tale signs (if any) a book has been pressed? Some books Same book. Before and after a spine realignment, with a press.
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