Ironing Board Cover
- Poly/cotton blend with scorch resistance
- Ideal for boards that are 49"-54" long, 14"-18" wide
- Made in China
We've never seen anything that compares to this stylish and unique Ironing Board Cover sporting a chic, black-and-white-striped pattern. Elastic edges allow for a secure fit, both for American and European-sized ironing boards. The scorch-resistant material and double-lined fiber pad ensure safety and durability. We love the hanging pocket, ideal for keeping your ironing tools, Stiffen Up, and Ironing Water within reach.
Simply place on the ironing board and adjust to fit.
To Clean: Unfortunately, laundering the cover will diminish the scorch-proofing and affect the inner padding. Spot treat when necessary. Always keep your iron clean to prevent buildup and staining.
Step 1For a fragrant finish, add 1 capful Ironing Water. to iron.
Step 2Protect items by using a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths as a pressing cloth.
For a light to moderate hold when pressing, use with Stiffen Up.
Step 4To 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 from ironing, such as burning and unintended creasing, but the steam helps eliminate odors. We only iron when we want an extra-crisp finish.
Cotton and linen items that require pressing should be removed from the dryer while still damp. If the item is dry, it helps to spray the area damp before pressing. Add Ironing Water to your iron or steamer to keep that freshly laundered scent.
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 such as 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 inside out or use the Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth as a pressing cloth.
Check fabric label.
Use pressing cloth for silks and delicates.
Iron with style.
Iron wool, velvet, or corduroy.