This may seem heretical, and maybe it is, but I've found that newsprint sold for artist's use is very good at sucking the juices from a print. It's cheap and reusable, and the pads come in several sizes, small to huge. The downside may be that newsprint is 100% unbuffered wood fiber and could transfer acids to the print paper. I'm thinking that, if it happens, the print paper's own buffering should neutralize any acid. I place each print in the pad, with at least five sheets of newsprint between prints, for 24 hours. I leave the prints on a normal drying rack for another day or so before framing, but I'm not sure that's necessary. The newsprint pad must itself dry until the paper is no longer rippled before it's used again. I see no out-gassing on prints framed three years ago.