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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on May 25, 2009
You can use cheap pure distilled water (with no additive) as used to top up car battery: supermarkets and auto shops will carry the product.
You can also make your own by investing in a water distiller but they can be expensive and the cheaper model will take about one hour to make one liter.
As a cheap alternative and easy to find alternative, use a good quality drinking water filter (jug) to make your clean product with tap water and your steam iron will still thank you!
Hope it helps!
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
SOURCE: my Phillips gc7320 steam iron
Hi joseph mc410
Go to HomeDepot,Lowes,WalMart,any hardware store,etc.
Purchase some "CLR" mix it according to the directions on the bottle and pour it in your iron and let it work...then pour it out, flush with distilled water and you should have cleaned your iron now.
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Posted on Sep 19, 2011
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