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Puzzles are typically made of a cardboard-like material that is prone to warping due to the differences in moisture on one side of the puzzle piece compared to the other, just like wood warps. The printing on one side leads to an imbalance in moisture: The surface is less porous, so it absorbs less moisture, such as that from humidity. This is why your ...


This is quoting from http://www.ehow.com/how_10043017_flatten-warped-puzzle.html Set the warped puzzle on a tabletop or an area on the floor where it will not be disturbed. Press the puzzle pieces together so they fit well if they are loose or jutting up, due to warping. Lie a large piece of plywood on top of the puzzle if you have one. If not, ...

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