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Worn out pad

I have had this for so long that I have worn holes in the cover and pad--where can I buy new ones- the steamer works just fine on ANY water.

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I order my replacement press cover pads online at "Sew4Less" - silicone covered pad - they sell for $12.95 /ea plus $5.00 shipping (measures 24"X9") and fits my Steam Press SP660 perfectly.

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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