The Best Boy Pressing Cloth
At $8.95 it’s insurance for your pants
Scorching and burning clothes is very easy to do when you’re ironing. Set your iron a little too high and your delicate and synthetic fabrics melt and crinkle in an instant. You can scorch a cotton shirt by wetting it too much and leaving the iron on it a few seconds too long.
What about the logos on your T-shirts? they melt under your iron. And are fabrics that tend to shine, like business clothes, a problem when you iron?
Ironing without scorching and ruining clothes is possible-even if you’re ironing in a hurry-and at the last minute.
The solution is a pressing cloth.
You lay the cloth over whatever you’re ironing and press as normal retaining your high heat setting. The pressing cloth allows heat and steam through but protects against scorching and burning.
So you get a crisper finish and you don’t waste time waiting for your iron to adjust the temperature.
But not all pressing cloths live up to expectations, as our customers pointed out. so we made The Best Boy Pressing Cloth to live up to your exacting standards even if you’re the most demanding of ironers.
Best Boy Pressing Cloth Facts
The fabric is all natural, 100% seeded homespun. Robust enough to absorb the heat but light enough to see the shape of your garment.
The size 25cm x 75cm (10″x 30″) it’s ideal for pressing ties, trousers, scarves, woollens and T-Shirts.
The finish is hand frayed around all the edges so there’s no seam or hem to mark your clothes, or lint to mess up your finished garment.
The attention to detail includes a stylish laundry proof logo that lets you know to always iron on that side so the side in contact with your clothes stays clean.
Safe to use. All natural. Not chemically treated.
At $8.95+p&h, it’s worth a try. Think of it as insurance for your pants…..and other things. I know you’ll never regret it.
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