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Thread: Does anyone have this ironing board?

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    Super Member JUNEC's Avatar
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    http://home-solutions.hsn.com/homz-r...=4525&ocm=4525|hw&prev=hp!4525&ccm=4525|hw

    Is it good for quilting?

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    Nope. sorry.

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    Nope but I read some of the reviews from people that had purchased it and ??? most not good.

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    Oh my it sounds very dangerous. I wouldn't buy it!!

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    it is a pretty cool ironing board. if you press shirts and clothes..free shipping doesn't hurt either! i watched the video..

    for pressing fabrics for quilting..i don't think the 360 rotating would make any difference.

    there are ways to make your own ironing board,wider for doing fabrics. you make a removable piece, for when you have larger pieces of fabrics, i haven't done mine..always wanted to.

    the iron interests me, didn't check out the price or info on it yet, but it is ceramic and the bottom looks interesting,for sure!

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    where did you see the reviews?

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    I would not buy it after seeing the reviews.

    I ended up buying a wide ironing board at Walmart for $40.00 which I do like very much. It also has an iron rest and a shelf underneath to store pressed/unpressed items.

    My ideal ironing board is one that is home-made and slips over the regular board to iron large pieces of fabric. Eventually I will get my husband to make me one, but for now this one serves me well.

    This is the second ironing board I've bought in 38 years and only bought it because the other one would slip down while ironing. Plus I must have a tendency to press harder on one side and it is bent.

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    Don't think I would waste the money. I think if I needed to reverse the board it would be easier to just get to the other side of the board.

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    too bad those people couldn't get their $ back. I think the company should and save their name. They have made a bad name for themselves otherwise.

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    I would pick up an expensive ironing board at walmart/target etc and buy the 6 foot by 2 foot board that lays across the top. Would cost about the same and you would enjoy it more.

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