Rowenta Steamium Steam Iron

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Rowenta Steamium Steam Iron
Price: $69.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
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Got one last time they were on here. LOVE it! If you have to iron, might as well do it with a great iron!

I’ll second alphabeta22, got this last time and love it! We’d had crappy $10 irons for years, and my wife doesn’t need to iron any of her clothes, so I’m the only one who used it. Finally picked it up when it was on here am over the moon with it. Heats up quick, lots of great steam when needed – side note, you’ll have to fill this pretty often. steam up into the tip of the plate, great for button up shirts. 10/10 would buy if I needed two irons.

I’ll third alphabeta22 and gardnert. You haven’t really ironed a shirt until you’ve done so with a quality steam iron. It takes straight-from-the-tap water (no need for anything fancy) which is good because, as gardnert mentioned, you’ll be filling this thing up a bunch. It’s also remarkably fast to preheat so quick touch-ups are, um, quick-er. Last tip, if you use starch or iron over blended fabrics, you’ll want to invest an extra $10 on the Rowenta Soleplate Cleaner Kit. It keeps the soleplate clean and helps the iron glide a little easier.

I have a Rowenta (different model) and I quilt. I love my iron, and I use appliqué adhesives and all sorts of garbage that gum up the soleplate. I learned that if you take a dryer sheet - plain, ordinary dryer sheet - and some paper towels, you can safely clean the bottom of your iron from whatever gets on it.

Put the dryer sheet over the edge of your ironing board, but over a paper towel (or kitchen towel). Heat your iron to medium. Some people say high, but it works fine on medium. Place another paper towel or kitchen towel on your ironing board nearby.

Run the iron after it has heated over the dryer sheet - which is over the edge - so you will be ironing at a 45 degree angle. Use the clean towel to wipe off any residue. Repeat with the dryer sheet, then the clean towel, a few times (takes maybe 3-4 times back and forth) and your iron will be shiny and clean. The dryer sheet, once cool, can be reused in your laundry or you can keep it with your iron to clean when it’s dirty again.