Ironing 101 Tips. Linen. It Irons Like Butter!
Linen. Is Definitely EASY To Iron. This Is How. Facts. Facts. Facts.
It’s easy to get wrinkles out of linen shirts. If you know the secret sauce. And do a little advanced preparation.
Dampen the night before. Put it in a pillowcase. In the fridge.
Next day. Iron on your linen setting.
Wrinkles are guaranteed to melt away like butter.
Ironing 101 Tips. How To Make Linen Easy To Iron. What Do I Recommend?
Prepare in advance.
Give your shirt a bit of time to air dry after ironing.
Works for any linen. Napkins. Tablecloths. Et al.
This is the drill.
You can iron linen with no preparation. But with a bit of planning the night before, your results will be fantastic.
Dampen your garment. Roll it up. And put it in a pillowcase. And then put it in the fridge overnight.
Yes. That’s right. Let it marinate in its shower of water.
When you’re ready to iron. Set your iron to your linen setting. Linen needs a temperature of 230 °C / 445 °F. Which is considerably hotter than your cotton setting.
Then revel in the ease of ironing your damp linen. But. Do be aware your garment will need a little time to air dry on a hanger once it’s pressed.
Then sashay out the door. Knowing you’re exceptionally well pressed. The absolute best.
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