Question about Rowenta Professional DE880 Iron
It depends on what "gunk" is on it.
If you've been using the iron for doing laminate adhesive (contact cement) you would need to use lacquer thinner.
If it's just dirty from common household ironing duties you could use baking soda and vinegar.
Apply with a q-tip,or with the iron unplugged,you could fill a shallow pan with the solution and carefully lower the bottom of the iron into it.
For baking soda/vinegar use approx 1 tsp powder to 1/2 cup vinegar.
For the inside of the iron use straight vinegar.
Pour vinegar into the water fill hole,shake gently,let sit for about 10 minutes,then rinse with water. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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