Ironing 101 Tips. A Pressing Cloth. Why You Can’t Live Without One.
Pressing Cloth Facts. Facts. Facts.
Do you ever reach for a tea towel? Or a handkerchief? To put over a garment to stop you from scorching or burning it?
A pressing cloth is a better option. Because. It has no hems. Is much bigger than a handkerchief. And much better than a tea towel because it’s never been in your kitchen.
So. Once again. Why use a pressing cloth?
Because 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.
Logos on your T-shirts are notorious for melting under the heat of your iron.
Men use pressing cloths on their suits. Because those fabrics tend to shine when they come into direct contact with an iron.
None of the above problems happen when you use a pressing cloth. And it’s such a simple solution.