Question about Panasonic NI-R73NR Iron
I use regular tap water in the iron.
Supposedly vinegar helps. Follow the following link:
I'd like to use this teachable moment to give a shot out to all the Ray Luv fans out there, the Giant fans out there, and people who flush the urinals after using them.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
white residue is caused by lime in your tap water.perfectly safe to drink,but when boiled [as in making steam] the lime is left behind. over timeit builds up in the 'tank' buy a gallon of distilled water from the grocerery-about $1 mix water with white vinegar,50/50 and 'steam it out' once or twice to remove deposits in the resevior.steam it out again w/pure distilled water.try it out on your husbands clothes before you iron your delicates again!!
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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