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How do I get rid of the the stain from my rowenta iron?

How do I get rid of the stain from my rowenta iron?

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Cannot get black stains off with the cleaner kit from Rowenta that I bough at Bed Bath and Beyond. Used almost all of the cream and still not clean. adjina39@aol.com


Are you heating up the soleplate first to get it really hot, then put on an oven mitt to protect your hand, squirt cream onto a folded pad of clean cotton fabric, then apply to iron sole plate, rub over stained area gently, wait, then rub off. you may want to rub the whole iron sole onto a piece of waste fabric to remove the burnt bits. Itcan take a couple of goes to clean. The ironing press cleaning sticks work well too.

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Shoots out through the steam vents and sains clothing


The symptoms you describe are indicative of mineral buildup in your iron. The instructions probably say to use distilled water in the iron and may include a procedure for removing mineral deposits

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Rust colored steam that stains clothing ironed


Hi, Brown water and whitescale are often the result of the water you use in the iron... If you have scale, white vinegar will clean that... For brown water, empty the iron, rinse out the insides with bottled water, and then use the bottled water instead...

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What kind of water should be used in a Rowenta Titan Plus


It is always recommended to use distilled water for steam iron in general.
Second best is clean rain water.
For an expensive iron, I would not use Tap water as it has too many residue/mineral that will eventually cause brown/dark stains spots to be ejected from the steam iron pores!
You can buy 'bulk' distilled water for ironing from most supermarket and departmental stores. You can also use pure distilled water for car battery topping but auto shop tend to charge a premium for it!
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Sep 24, 2010 | Rowenta Professional DX8800 Iron

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Remove build up from bottom of the iron there are brown stains from fabrics on the iron - want to know how to remove them


Turn the iron on hot. When the stuff feels like it's loosened, take a newspaper and 'iron' it. If you still want to get off more, take a razorblade and shave off as much as you can. If you keep the blade nicely parallel to the iron sole you cannot damage the sole.

Don't use the blade on teflon-coated iron!

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The iron seems like it is on but no steams come out I will mess with the wire and then too much steams comes out and I have water stains


Power Cord is bad and power cuts on and off not allowing the proper heat. When power cuts off you lose heat and the iron fills up with water and not steam then when power returns you have to much steam.

Jul 17, 2009 | Rowenta Irons

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Brown water staining clothes when ironing


either the water has sat in the iron too long between uses

or its the iron in the water you use.
you will have to flush out the old water.

try distilled water

Jun 27, 2009 | Rowenta DX6700 Iron

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Iron puts out water which stains clothes. Steam is not dependable


Replace your iron. You can try cleaning the old one with either white or the stronger pickling vinegar, but for all the trouble that will be it is easier to just replace your iron. If future use ONLY distilled water, bought at any supermarket or water store, in your new iron.

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