Ironing board

A shirt Ironing Service can be difficult if you do not have the right equipment, which of course are so many dry cleaners around with this kind of service-shirt. But on the expenditure of $ 2.99 or more per shirt is not your budget each week, you'd better know how to iron a shirt!

First, get a good board. You can not use a towel on the counter or at the kitchen table and wait your shirt to look good afterwards.

You also need a good iron with steam, preferably a model that you press a button to stubbornly further explosions of steam that needs help in certain areas. Make sure the underside of the iron is free of mineral structure, and you can only distilled water (all minerals have been removed) to prevent. If you do not use distilled water, you end up with marks on his shirt from minerals that come through the steam vents on the underside.

If your T-shirt made of 100% cotton, you must enter the iron at a higher temperature setting. Iron knobs, show what is going to disappear at any level. Make sure the steam on the line. And always check the label of your T-shirt with the recommended washing instructions for the best ironing results seen.

You also need some spray starch. Practice spraying on some rags before aiming it at your good shirts. It tends to adhere to, if not uniformly sprayed.

Spray the collar and iron both sides before everything else, from inside and outside. Continue to spray each section of the front and iron from the neck down. After that most shirts have the yoke in the back, which must be maintained separately.

Finally, it is time to press the sleeves. Unbutton cuffs, seat and each sleeve on the end of the table, it should be as high as possible so that the cap is tight. Too much starch on the sleeves can be annoying, so that they can only keep enough to keep the sleeves evenly with sharp creases, from shoulder to wrist.
Now when you're done, you should hang up his shirt again, so they do not lose that look sharp and recently underlined.

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