Question about Irons
The best way to get sticky stuff off of the iron surface would be to plug the iron in and let it warm up -- then with warm water use a green or red scotch-brite* pad and scrub it clean -- ( be careful not to burn yourself -- double up the pad )..
if the stuck on stuff is really on there, you can also use a razor blade ( safety blade* ) and at a good angle scrape the sticky stuff off -- ( do this while the iron is off and cold ).
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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