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Thread: Cleaning Your Iron

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    The "Mr. Clean Magic Eraser" works great for cleaning your iron.

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    This truly works and takes almost no time. Take a fabric softener sheet and rub all the residue off. It works extremely well and is fast. Be careful as the iron needs to be on. :oops:

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    thanks, the steam works OK on my iron but the spray does not. I will try the vinegar. Hope it works.

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    Thank you for sharing this :D:D:D

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    Thank you and God bless.

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    i recently tried the new scotch brand cleaning pads designed for ceremic flat-surfaced cooktops. on a whim, i tried it on my iron's (not teflon) soleplate, too. it works like a charm.

    since the pads are a bit on the pricey side, i'm happy to have discovered at least one more way to use them. :-)

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