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Thread: Cleaning irons -

  1. #21
    cjfquilts's Avatar
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    I have burned through several Rowenta irons. They usually last 5-6 years the main thing that goes wrong is the steam. I also had one that just did not get hot enough anymore. I bought a Sunbeam Steam Master for $23.00 last year and I am sold on them. Cheaper than Rowenta and I can buy several before I touch the Rowenta price.

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    I have always just used tap water, but the it was a lot older so it may be that the new ones are different.

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