I poured paper pulp through a sheet of fine stainless steel mesh.
I left the paper pulp out to dry in the sun for a few days.
The paper pulp is stuck to the steel mesh. It is as if the paper pulp is glued onto the steel mesh.
How do you dry flat sheets of paper pulp in the sun while preventing the paper from sticking to the surface?
Would a barbequing accessory such as a non-stick flat black-colored flexible heat-proof mat for BBQ vegetables work better instead of fine stainless steel mesh?
There exist kitchen blenders designed for fruit smoothies. Sometimes people put unwanted junk mail (paper solicitations) and water into the blender. In theory, the contents of the blender can be poured onto a flat surface and dried in the sun ☀.
I am trying to make recycled paper embedded with colorful flower petals.