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Plancha Deluxe Iron
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Plancha Deluxe Iron
Plancha Deluxe Iron
Roxy heavy weight dry iron is a approx 2 kg heavy dry iron which is high performance saves your effort and gives you great results. 750 Watt enables faster heating and uniform heat distribution.
Camry (Steelco) Iron
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Camry (Steelco) Iron
Camry
Irons are made primarily of plastic and metal (aluminum and steel). The materials often come to the factory in the form of plastic resins, aluminum ingots, and steel sheets. The metal is used to make the sole plate, thermostat and other internal mechanisms. Plastics are used to make the exterior and handle, as well as the water tank. Certain components, like the spring for the thermostat, cord, plug, and related connections are usually outsourced by iron companies.
Indica (Victoria)
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Indica (Victoria)
INDICA
Most ironing is done on an ironing board, a small, portable, foldable table with a heat-resistant surface. Some commercial-grade ironing boards incorporate a heating element and a pedal-operated vacuum to pull air through the board and dry the garment.
Civic (Metro) Iron
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Civic (Metro) Iron
Civic
Ironing is the use of a machine, usually a heated tool (an iron), to remove wrinkles from fabric.[1] The heating is commonly done to a temperature of 180–220 °Celsius, depending on the fabric.[2] Ironing works by loosening the bonds between the long-chain polymer molecules in the fibers of the material. While the molecules are hot, the fibers are straightened by the weight of the iron, and they hold their new shape as they cool. Some fabrics, such as cotton, require the addition of water to loosen the intermolecular bonds. Many modern fabrics (developed in or after the mid-twentieth century) are advertised as needing little or no ironing. Permanent press clothing was developed to reduce the ironing necessary by combining wrinkle-resistant polyester with cotton.
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Dry Iron â€Â“ Dry iron also known as a traditional iron does not produce any steam of its own, which means you have to rely on the garment to produce any or to sprinkle water on it. A dry iron is usually heavier than steam iron and you have to hold the iron in one place for far too long in order to get a better result.