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Friday, January 13, 2012

My Favorite Iron

These are the irons that I use in the studio and I love them. They are easy to clean (we have hard water here) and have an auto-shut off. I know...I know...you hate auto-shut off. But for a studio, it is almost a necessity. Why? It keeps my electric bill low and keeps the fire trucks in the fire station. How's that for peace-of-mind? When you've got a bunch of kids ironing, they are bound to leave one in the wrong position; if you don't catch it in time, you'll have a disaster on your hands. I'd rather not take the risk.

It does take a little practice to figure out how to work with auto-shut off. You can't keep ironing and ironing - it needs to be tipped up to reset it - or it will shut off and spit water on the fabric.

If you are curious about how to clean and care for your iron, please refer to the T-Fal website.

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