How to Iron Different Fabrics
Fabrics are fickle. Each one requires a different kind of care and ironing technique. So for the sake of your time and, of course, your clothing, we’ve compiled a handy-dandy list of everyday fabrics and the tips you’ll need to make them look their best. Enjoy. And happy ironing.
Avoid the burn. Use a low temperature, no steam, and iron inside of the item while it is damp.
Place it on a plush white towel and iron inside out. You can even use your hand to smooth the fabric.
Press while damp, use a high temperature setting and, of course, don’t forget Faultless for stubborn wrinkles.
Make sure to use a cloth between the fabric and the iron.
Turn your items inside out before you iron. Use Faultless to help sharpen up any collars and cuffs.
Set the temperature to low or medium heat, make sure the fabric is slightly damp and iron from the top down.
Set the temperature to low heat and iron inside out. Avoid stretching out your garment by ironing in smaller portions.
Turn the fabric inside out, make sure that the fabric is damp and avoid steam. It’s as simple as that.
Turn the fabric inside out, set the temperature to the lowest setting and don’t use any steam.
Use a damp cloth between the iron and fabric. Iron on a low heat and use steam.