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Thread: This ironing board is great

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    I've had my big ironing board for a few years and love it. Oh by the way crzyqults I'm also from Rhode Island and belong to IRQG in Pawtucket.

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    I'm in such a small apartment but I'd love to have a wide board, planning on moving as soon as I can, then I plan on my own sewing room! That would be a treat all it's own!!
    Thank You Lord for answering my prayers, in this I am truely blessed!

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    Once you use the big board you wonder how you ever managed with the standard one.

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    I found this one online:
    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Household-...Board/17723669

    It's much cheaper.
    Oh and hi

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltinghere View Post

    This is the least inexpensive board they make for home use.
    Reliable brand is the leader in professional dry cleaning and ironing products. Their line of home products are the best on the market. That ironing board is made to last for generations. The long board is removeable. I saw all their home boards at a booth at a wedding show and I never thought an ironing board could be improved as much as thesse were. One had heat and vacuum control built right in the board.
    Got fabric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linnaete View Post
    I looked at that board and noted the measurements: 18" wide by 49" long. Then went and measured my old standard ironing board: 15" wide by 53" long. Guess I'll stick with the old one.

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    My poor ironing board will soon be 46 years old. It measures 57'' long and 17'' at the back and 15'' at the front. I use it backwards since it's a little wider. I can't find covers for it but do the best I can. Just can't find anything else I'd be happy with.

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    I didn't find one on the Walmart web site-

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