Pressing cloths are wonderfully useful tools.
Put a pressing cloth over a garment. Or a quilt. Or a piece of patchwork. And it prevents you burning. Or scorching. Your best shirt and/or handiwork.
But sometimes you might not want to use a pressing cloth. Especially one as glamourous as the Best Boy Pressing Cloth.
If you’re ironing something that might be sticky. Such as fusible interfacing. Your have a better friend than a pressing cloth.
It’s something found in every kitchen.
Not waxed paper. But baking paper. That you line your baking pans with.
Keeping a roll of baking paper at the end of your ironing board means you’re always at the ready to tear off a sheet whenever sticky moments arise.
It’s simple to use.
Place a piece of baking paper under your sticky substance. To protect your Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover.
And put a piece of baking paper over the top of whatever sticky surface you’re going to iron. To protect the bottom of your iron from having to be cleaned.
How. Easy. Is. That!
~Carol Jones, Ironing Diva❤
PS. Ironing really is so much easier when you know some ‘Tips & Tricks’!
PPS. I am not only an Ironing Diva. But as one friend says, I am ‘The Queen’ when it comes to ironing.
I Am The Purveyor Of The Tantrum Free Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies
Made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.
It’s not for everyone.
But it’s definitely for you if you’re fussy about the cover you iron on.
And if you love to support Australian made.
And want to put something back into the community when you make a purchase.
The Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover cover has more than 350,000 customers in 29 countries. Because it lives up to its name. It ‘Fitz Like A Glove™’ every time you iron.
And these are the ‘Other Goodies’
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Mist In The Hills
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Diamond Firetails. On My Rural Fence.