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Thread: Cleaning an iron

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    summerstorm's Avatar
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    I use sos pads.

    Sharon

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    Senior Member cherrybsixty's Avatar
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    You ladies are awesome, I had tried the wax paper and along with the other hasn't work, but I forget about the Soft Scrub. I will try that and the brown paper and salt and see if that works for me. Thank you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberta
    This appears to be dye from a red tumbler block I was starching and ironing. As if that wasn't bad enough, the stain is now right on the white tumbler block that I ironed after but before I noticed the dye on the iron. Just not my day I guess.
    When I was done quilting a quilt I noticed something on my quilt. I thought it was blood - no. I made a paste of oxiclean crystals and water - wet the spot, put on the paste and gently wiped. It came out immediately. Good luck!

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