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Thread: My iron needs help!!!

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    Something - probably Lovie Cat's tail - brushed by my hot iron before it cooled. Have tried to clean it twice with Faultless iron cleaner & there's still some gunk left. Any suggestions? You guys & gals are so good to jump in with SOS help .

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    Super Member Grama Lehr's Avatar
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    I run my iron over a crumbled piece of aluminum foil. . .

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    Try Soft Scrub or Magie Erasurer. Be sure is cool.

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    iron on a fabric softner.

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    Thanks for your help :) I've been working on Puss in the Corner since your reply. "Ironic"

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    Thanks for the reply to my SOS :o)

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    warm/hot iron - no steam - over wax paper

    shine it up and makes it smoooooooth.

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    I sprinkle table salt on a brown paper grocery bag and run a hot iron over the salt. Works like a charm to remove the burned on fusible matter.

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