Vinegar and Baking Soda Will Quickly Make Your Iron Spotless Again!
If you do a lot of fusible applique, and even if you don’t, you may find a lot of gunk on the bottom of your iron. Have you ever had that stuff transfer to what you’re ironing? Not good. It’s not easy to get that stuff off of fabric once it’s on there.
Fortunately, there’s an easy and inexpensive way to return your iron to like-new condition. Vinegar and baking soda will remove that ironed on gunk in a jiffy.
Alicia at Thrifty and Chic has written up a great tutorial. Step one is for irons with just a little bit of buildup on the sole plate. Move on to step two if your iron needs more intensive cleaning. Either way, vinegar and baking soda will do wonders for your iron.
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