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2/10 Did you know that starch can help you keep cool when it's warm. Starched clothing allows more air to pass through it, keeping the person wearing it cooler.
2/11 An ironing center installed in the master bedroom allows you to use the bed to sort your laundry and you'll have hangers close at hand in the closet.
2/12 It's safe to use sizing or spray starch on a garment as long as it is labeled "machine washable."
2/13 If you didn't order a sleeveboard, insert a rolled-up towel in sleeves so they can be pressed without leaving creases.
2/14 Avoid leaving cleaned clothes in an "ironing basket." Rather hand them on your garment bar until ready for ironing. Placing clothes in the basket will cause more wrinkles and creases and mean more ironing time.
2/15 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.
2/16 You can use melted ice from the freezer tray as sterilized water for your steam press or iron.
2/17 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.
2/18 Steam ironing removes creases faster than dry ironing because when fabrics are damp the fibers are open so the creases haven't taken hold.
2/19 If you ever noticed a shinny look to your pants after ironing, this could be because you applied to much pressure or you used to hot of setting.