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10/8 Don't think about where you typically iron now. Keep an open mind on where to install an ironing center. There are many alternate places in your home this amenity can be utilized.
10/9 For a first impression for a job interview, expertly ironed clothes are an absolute must.
10/10 You can have your own custom door by removing the standard birch door and adding your own.
10/12 For a first impression for a job interview, expertly ironed clothes are an absolute must.
10/13 You can use a cotton swab or pipe cleaner to remove the residue from the vents on the soleplate of your iron. This procedure helps prevents white mineral globs from suddenly spewing all over your best garment.
10/14 You should never iron in circular strokes. This causes you to stretch the fabric. Iron lengthwise and level those ridges with a burst of steam.
10/15 If you're on a budget and you have a nearby electrical outlet easily accessible the Model NE-342 is the perfect choice.
10/18 Quick spray starch can be made a home by slowly adding 1 Tbls. Cornstarch to 2 cups water. Stir until the starch is dissolved. Pour into a clean spray bottle and spray fabrics lighting when ironing.
10/20 Today is my Birthday! Order an IRONING CENTER online today and receive a 15% discount. It's easy, just call after you have submitted your order and ask for Peggy. I'll apply the discount.
10/21 A typical ironing board height is 34" to 36" from the floor. Knowing this will help you decide where to cut the opening from the floor when reading the specification chart.

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To reduce wrinkles, spray starch on the underside of your garment and roll the clothing up to allow the fabric to absorb the moisture before ironing.
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