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Thread: iron rest

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    hi all went to joann's 2days ago &founf an iron rest on the notion wall it was blue silicone[i think]the shape of a sploeplatew/ bumps to hold theiron off the bottom.it was only $8.00 & was going to try it [w/my 50% off]but the instructions were a little unclear.says not to leave it un-tended,does that mean you can't leave it while you sew,or just standard warnings? does anyone have it,if so do you like it?i know it wasn't expensive,but if i addup all the"cheap"things i'e bought it would probably make me have a stroke !hope the description wasclear enough.........hope to hear from someone who has one thanx ,dar

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    I think it would be ok while you are there sewing, but do not leave your iron there while heading out to the grocery store, LOL! Happy sewing, and pressing.

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    I agree. They put those warnings on there to protect themselves. If you are just sewing and coming back soon it wouldn't be a problem.

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    I have 2 and they do work. One is pink and the other black, I got them at WalMart, they were on clearance for 50 cents each. I figured if they didnt work I was only out a buck. I wouldnt leave the iron on it for an extended period of time, like the others said, but for what I do it works with no problems.

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