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Thread: Built-in ironing boards

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    Has anyone here ever installed a built-in ironing board....the type that is inset between wall studs? We are remodeling our house and I am thinking about putting one in the laundry room and I would love to know what brand you used and how you like it.
    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Kanoelani

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    I think those are really neat, and they save space. My Mum had one in her house, as well as a laundry chute...shoving my friends little brother down that chute ended with Dad nailing it shut! LOL

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    Shadow...LOL.... i don't have either but the iron board sounds like a great thing as a space saver.
    Sharon

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    I have a built in ironing board. It came with the house. I love it.
    Another key feature is when the door is closed, it's a full length mirror :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:


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    Fancy Foot,

    Your ironing board looks terrific. Do you know the brand?

    Thanks, Kanoelani

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    I have the one by Iron Away.....Love it!

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    Connie,

    I found Iron-away on the internet. Is the board nice and sturdy at the rounded end when you press down?

    Kanoelani


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    Yes, I have had no problems....it is of high quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanoelani
    Fancy Foot,

    Your ironing board looks terrific. Do you know the brand?

    Thanks, Kanoelani
    It's a Nu Tone. Mine is 12 yrs old. Looks like they have more modern ones now. Here's their site:

    http://www.nutone.com/product-catego...tegoryID=10071

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    Looks like we all got tired of football!

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