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    Senior Member qbquilts's Avatar
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    take a large piece of wax paper and fold in half several times (so it's 4 or 8 layers thick). Lightly & briefly iron the wax paper. Wipe on clean towel & repeat.

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    I've used Iron Off. It's available at Jo-Ann's. It smells bad, but works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cairns
    The other day I was using my iron on some fusible
    fleece. My iron is a mess. Any suggestions on how
    to clean it? I used vinegar and salt, Goo be gone,
    Mr clean eraser and a teflon scrubber.
    Nothing will clean it. Any suggestions?
    Thanks
    Lynda
    get a brown paper bag..or some parchment paper on top of a stack of newspaper...

    and some table salt...sprinkle the salt on the paper and iron over it...time and time again..while the iron is super HOT.....
    it takes time..

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    Quote Originally Posted by maine ladybug
    I use Iron Off, available at your LQS. It's made by Dritz and works on everything I've come acrossed on my iron.
    some people can not handle the fumes of this though..it is very strong!

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    Iron a dryer sheet. it pulls off the stuff left from the fusible. and makes the room smell not to shabby either!

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