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3/1 If you didn't order a sleeveboard, insert a rolled-up towel in sleeves so they can be pressed without leaving creases.
3/2 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.
3/3 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.
3/4 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.
3/5 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.
3/6 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.
3/7 The heat resistant iron rest provides more ironing space when making garment adjustments.
3/8 Don't settle for an imitation, you'll only be disappointed. Make sure when your builder or remodeler installs your built-in ironing center, it's no other brand than IRON-A-WAY. Our IRON-A-WAY logo can be found inside every unit we produce.
3/9 Don't settle for an imitation, you'll only be disappointed. Make sure when your builder or remodeler installs your built-in ironing center, it's no other brand than IRON-A-WAY. Our IRON-A-WAY logo can be found inside every unit we produce.
3/10 Just open the door, lower the board, and you're ready! It's that simple.