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Thread: Insul bright

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    Senior Member MAXIES2's Avatar
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    I want to make an ironing pad and just need to know can you iron directly on to this or should I cover it with some old material.I have yet to buy it so forgive the question if it mentions it on the packaging
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    Katherine

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    Insulbright is like a batting, with a heat resistant layer inside. You'll want to cover it with something, or make a removable cover to take off and wash as needed.

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    Just checked the package on the Insul-Bright I have and it says "Use with at least one layer of cotton batting, such as Warm & Natural or Warm & White to absorb condensation." So if you're going to use it for an ironing pad, you might want to keep that in mind, especially if you like to use steam.

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