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Dry Iron

Chetak (Creta) Iron
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Chetak (Creta) Iron
Chetak
Dry irons are now the old-fashioned, classic type of iron. Its simplicity lies in only having to adjust the temperature of the iron depending upon the type of fabric. The benefit of the dry iron is that as long as it is never left unattended and monitored carefully while in use, it will not likely ever cause harm to your garments. Nowadays, the dry iron can be harder to find and is sometime more expensive. However, for some fabrics, such as silk, dry irons are the only option.
Brezza (Majesty) Iron
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Brezza (Majesty) Iron
Brezza
Dry Iron is an iron box with a thermostat with wattage of say up to 1500 beyond which it will be too hot to ignite the fabric itself.
Creta Iron (Bullet)
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Creta Iron (Bullet)
Creta
An electric Iron is a general household appliance used to press the wrinkles out of the clothes. This works on the basis that the combination of heat and pressure removes wrinkles. The principle of the electric iron is that when current is passed through a coil, the coil gets red hot and transfers the heat to the base plate of the electric iron through conduction.
Chetak (Creta) Iron
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Chetak (Creta) Iron
Chetak
Automatic type: 1) It contains thermostat switch to regulate the heat to a predetermined value. 2) The thermostat switch disconnects the supply while predetermined value of temperature is reached and reconnects the supply while the iron cools down. 3) It has pilot lamp to indicate. It will glow if the temperature is under predetermined value. If not not glow. 4) Cost is high. 5) As the temperature is controlled automatically through thermostatic switch, no such risk is involved.
Light Weight Regular
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Light Weight Regular
Regular
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.