- - boards;
- - fine-meshed netting;
- - a hammer;
- - raw materials;
- - pan;
- - water;
- - PVA glue or starch;
- - blender or food processor;
- - towels;
- - iron.
From small plates fabricate high rectangular frame required size (sheets will get exactly this form).Optimal rim height - not less than 5 cm. As the bottom of the nail fine-mesh metal grid or pull well water permeable material: gauze, chiffon, organza (you can use a fine-meshed sieve ready appropriate size).
Prepare materials for paper.If you use plain paper unnecessary , just soak it water and grind in a blender, add a little white glue or starch.
Try doing paper of different materials having a fibrous structure: from any plant (well it turns out the paper from flax, banana "tail", hemp, spruce, pine) or fabrics(jeans, old cottonlinen or things).
Clean the stems of the plants, divide into small chips (can be made from sawdust ready).The denser the material, the longer it should cook.If banana "tails" is enough to leave a few days in warm water, the pine or spruce wood chips should be cooked a day in the liquor or caustic soda.
When the material is sufficiently soft, repel it with a hammer until it is split into individual fibers.Part of raw materials to the fiber, wash again, dilute with water and boil.You can beat the mixture with a mixer or food processor, in order to achieve better results.You should get quite a homogeneous mass, like a wet wool.
Pour into a large pot of water and immerse the frame to the bottom of the grid.Pour the mush inside the frame and evenly distribute it.Due to the fact that the frame has a border, the weight will not translate, and water, easily penetrates through the bottom will help you spread the fiber evenly.
Remove the frame from the pan and allow to drain water.Press the weight on top of some cargo to provide the best density, and allow to dry.
Put paper on good absorbent towel, nestle on top of the other and rolled towel to soak the water.Dry it completely little hot iron or battery.