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 What is an iron press cloth?

Answer Pressing your own clothes is a good way to save money. Sending your laundry to the cleaners so that it comes back neatly on hangers is unnecessary, even if you don't own a steam iron. All you need ... Read More »
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Can you press oil cloth?

Oil cloth is a vinyl coated cotton mesh fabric. If you need to remove wrinkles from oil cloth, you can press the cloth on the cotton side using a cool iron. Place a cloth such as a napkin between t... Read More »
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How can I press a shirt without an iron?

I'm thinking maybe you should just wear a different shirt. Surely there is one which doesn't need to be ironed, no? If not, just go without a shirt......hey wait! Aren't you a bee right now...... Read More »
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Can you iron or press velvet ribbon?

Velvet may be restored or refreshed with a hot iron and wet sponge, according to VintageSewing.com. The velvet ribbon should be saturated with a wet sponge, then ironed lightly and quickly with a h... Read More »
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How hot does an iron have to get to press clothes?

The temperature range on most irons is 180 degrees F to 550 degrees F. For heavy cottons and linens the highest setting--500 degrees F to 550 degrees F--should be used. Wool should be ironed at 450... Read More »
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