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8/30 Steam ironing removes creases faster than dry ironing because when fabrics are damp the fibers are open so the creases haven't taken hold.
8/31 The ventilated metal board provides adequate ventilation for the steam to pass through the fabric. This keeps the surface drier and provides a more even-heated ironing surface.
8/1 You can use melted ice from the freezer tray as sterilized water for your steam press or iron.
8/2 Did you know that the useable space for ironing is greater on an IRON-A-WAY 42" or 46" ironing board than on a standard stand-up ironing board?
8/3 Did you know the wrinkle free fabric loses their wrinkle free characteristics over time. To revive fabric, its sometimes necessary to spray with Faultless Sizing of Spray Starch and iron with a steam iron.
8/4 Always keep moving freshly ironed surfaces away from you, this prevents newly formed wrinkles.
8/5 Pressing costs between $3 to $5 per garment. At about 5 outfits per week can add up to $25 or more or $1300 per year. By investing one time in a quality built-in ironing center and ironing your own clothes, the product is paid for within six months and you will save dramatically on future dry cleaning expenses. This is not to mention gas and the inconvenience of dropping and picking up your garments.
8/8 Just open the door, lower the board, and you're ready! It's that simple.
8/9 If you didn't order a sleeveboard, insert a rolled-up towel in sleeves so they can be pressed without leaving creases.
8/11 Steam ironing removes creases faster than dry ironing because when fabrics are damp the fibers are open so the creases haven't taken hold.

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Tip Of The Day

Oct, 14 23
You should never, ever iron in circular strokes. This causes you to stretch the fabric. Iron lengthwise and level those ridges with a burst of steam.
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