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REPLACEMENT COVER & PAD

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Iron-A-Way. Iron Away. IronAway Ironing Board. Iron Away Ironing Center. Ironing Boards. Built In Ironing Centers by Iron Away.

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2/20 A right hand hinge means when you face the unit, the hinge is installed on the right-hand side of the cabinet.
2/21 A right hand hinge means when you face the unit, the hinge is installed on the right-hand side of the cabinet.
2/22 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.
2/23 A right hand hinge means when you face the unit, the hinge is installed on the right-hand side of the cabinet.
2/24 Quick spray starch can be made at 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.
2/25 Just open the door, lower the board, and you're ready! It's that simple.
2/26 All units come standard with a right-hand hinge, but you can request a left-hand hinge at no additional charge.
2/27 Going to the cleaners costs between $3 to $5 per garment. At about 5 outfits per week can add up to $25 or more a week or $1300 per year. By investing one time in our quality built-in ironing center and ironing your own clothes, the product is paid for in less than 3 to 4 months. Not to mention how you will minimize future dry cleaning expenses, fuel costs for travel, and the time saved by not going to drop off and pick up your garments. We want to help you make good decisions. Order online today and receive a $15.00 discount at checkout.
2/28 The heat resistant iron rest provides more ironing space when making garment adjustments.
2/29 It's safe to use sizing or spray starch on a garment as long as it is labeled "machine washable."

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Sep, 14 30
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.
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