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How To

How To | Cleaning Rusty Irons

2015-03-12 01:00:00.0


 

There are few things more satisfying in life than slipping into a set of crisp, white, freshly-pressed sheets. But wait – is that a rust spot from the iron?!



An experience this therapeutic shouldn't be disturbed by a silly spot. Treat your iron and bedding with a few simple steps.







Avid use of your iron can lead to rusting and unsightly spots on bedding and clothing.



  • Pour a mixture of water and ¼ cup of Scented Vinegar into the iron and let it sit overnight.


  • If your iron has a steam option, run the water and white vinegar solution through its vents to ensure a thorough clean.


  • Rinse the dispenser well once finished.




*It is best to clean your iron once every two months. You can get by cleaning once every three to four months if you iron less frequently, however!



 








 







  • Pretreat: Apply Stain Solution directly to the “rusted” area and gently work it into the fabric. Sprinkle All-Purpose Bleach Alternative onto the solution and mix with a Stain Brush to create a powerful cleaning paste.


  • Presoak: Create a bath hot (or boiling) water and 1 capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative and leave your items to soak for at least 30 minutes. The bleach alternative will work to remove stains and dinginess while whitening and brightening.


  • Wash: Machine wash as normal with the Signature Detergent selecting hot water.


  • Dry: Machine dry only once satisfied with stain removal.




*The All-Purpose Bleach Alternative should not be used on woolens, silks, or leathers.









Scented Vinegar | Signature Detergent | Stain Solution | All-Purpose Bleach Alternative








 

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