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10/22 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.
10/23 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.
10/24 The swivel board allows you to use both ends of the board. Using the narrow end for the collar, cuffs, and shoulder and then switching to the wide end to iron large pieces of a men's shirt really presents just as nice as the cleaners and much cheaper.
10/25 It's safe to use sizing or spray starch on a garment as long as it is labeled "machine washable."
10/26 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.
10/31 Trouser creases stay in place when you rub the crease on the inside of the pant leg with a piece of wet soap and then press on the right side.
11/7 All ironing centers except the NE-242 are designed to fit between 2" x 4" studs on 16" center, but you can surface mount all units.
11/6 Consumers are always looking for products that gives added value to their homes. For just a small price, there's not a better built-in convenience that will remain for the life of the home.
11/1 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.
11/2 For a first impression for a job interview, expertly ironed clothes are an absolute must.

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Oct, 14 22
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.
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