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Rowenta iron model 871 series b shows rust while ironing

Would like to remove rust that shows up when ironing.  can i run vinegar thru it to remove the rust?

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  • Anonymous May 19, 2008

    My rowenta iron is spitting out brown spots. Lost booklet. How do I clean it? My e-mail is 4evryng23@gmail.com Thank you,Andrea

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My iron spits rust spots on my cloths and need cleaning. I lost the manual in a move. I need help.
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Shirley

Posted on Mar 20, 2008

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