Ironing Water

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  • Scented in Classic, add this to your iron for extra freshness
  • 16 fl oz

Inspired by our European friends, we love adding this product to our iron or steamer to create the ultimate fabric finish. Highly concentrated, this Ironing Water freshens as it adds scent, offering extra care that won't go unnoticed.

Our start-to-finish laundering collection is scented in Classic, the ultimate "clean laundry smell."

Ironing Water Bulk
$120 $100
Ironing Duo
$37 $33

Our start-to-finish laundering collection is scented in Classic, the ultimate "clean laundry smell," blending lily of the valley and jasmine with sweet musk, sandalwood, and a touch of citrus.

Ingredients: Deionized water, essential oils, and fragrance.

Color and texture may vary with plant-derived ingredients.


Free of petroleum, phosphate, phthalates, and artificial color.

No animal ingredients or animal testing.

Dermatologist tested.

CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not ingest. If ingested, seek medical advice.

Assembled in The USA

Safety Data Sheet

Step 1

Add when steaming with the Ironing Water.

for a fragrant finish.

Step 2

Use with the scorch-resistant and stylish Ironing Board Cover


Step 3

For a light to moderate hold when pressing, use with Stiffen Up.

Step 4

To ease ironing or remove wrinkles on the go, use Crease Release 2 oz.

Did you know...

Not sure which path to take? Steaming provides the safest and gentlest finish for laundry items, releasing wrinkles for a natural finish. Not only does steaming avoid any risks posed by ironing, such as burning and unintended creasing, but the steam helps eliminate odors. We only iron when we want an extra-crisp finish.

Before you iron, check the fabric label to see whether the item can be ironed and which setting to use. Cottons and linens are always safe to iron. For synthetics, test a small area to ensure it’s safe to iron. Never iron wool, velvet, or corduroy. When ironing delicates or embellished items with beading, sequins, or embroidery, be sure to lay a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth between the iron and the item for protection.

An accumulation of mineral deposits in the iron can lead to rusting and unsightly spots on bedding and clothing. To prevent this, it is best to clean your iron using Scented Vinegar once every two to four months. For further protection, iron items inside out or use the Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth as a pressing cloth.

Check the fabric label.
Use a pressing cloth for silks and delicates.

iron wool, velvet, or corduroy"