Who invented the hot iron?

Answer The hot iron was invented by Henry W. Seely in 1882. Seely, of New York, patented his electric iron on June 6, 1882. His flat iron weighed 15 pounds, much heavier than today's electric irons.Source... Read More »

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Who invented the iron box?

An iron box, also known as an "iron lung," was invented by Harvard medical researchers Philip Drinker and Louis Agassiz Shaw in 1927. They used two vacuum cleaners and an iron box to build the prot... Read More »

Who invented the sad iron?

Sad irons were made of metal. The name sad iron means "solid iron." The first sad irons were made in the Middle Ages. There is no known inventor of the first sad iron. Other names of the sad iron a... Read More »

Who invented the GHD hair iron?

The GHD (Good Hair Day) hair straightener was invented by a South Korean. However, in 2001 Martin Penny, group managing director for the British-owned company, was encouraged by a hair dresser frie... Read More »

Who invented the waffle iron?

Cornelius Swarthout of Troy, New York, received the first U.S. patent for a waffle iron on August 24, 1869, under the patent number 94,043. His waffle maker was a two-sided device made of cast iron... Read More »