Question about Irons
Not a one step process. Depending on what it is, I would start by turning the iron on to HIGH to heat the material up. I would then wipe it with a cotton rag, a bunch of old newspapers, or if necessary, scrape it with a smooth piece of wood like a paint stirrer. You can get paint stirrers free at Lowes or the Home Depot. At some point it might be necessary to rub with a VERY fine steel wool to clean up any tough spots. You should only do this if the iron is not coated with something special like Teflon.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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