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Find Quality Clothes Irons at Spotlight

Using a quality clothes iron makes ironing out the wrinkles in your clothes and shaping the fabrics that you're sewing much easier and gets the job done quicker than using a cheap iron. Whether you've got piles of laundry or just your own personal clothes to iron every week, a good iron can save you lots of time and frustration, making it feel less like a chore. A good clothes iron can also help give your sewing projects a more polished look and allow you to quickly manipulate any fabric into a more manageable shape. Spotlight stocks quality iron brands including Russell Hobbs, Singer and more so you can find the right one for you.

What Features Can I Find in Quality Clothes Irons?

More expensive irons will typically offer more features than a regular low-cost steam iron. Some of them are listed below.

  • Auto shutoff: An auto shutoff feature automatically turns off the iron whenever it is not in use. This can not only save electricity but also minimises the chances of accidentally ruining your clothes with burn marks. Most auto shutoff irons will automatically turn off the heat when it is left in the vertical position for a couple of minutes, while others will also automatically shut off even in the horizontal position when it hasn't been moved for a few seconds.
  • Vertical steam: Some clothes irons can also produce steam in the vertical position so that it can also remove wrinkles from curtains or delicate fabrics that need special care like silk. Unlike a true steam iron which continuously generates steam, you'll typically have to repeatedly press the steam button on clothes irons that have a vertical steam function.
  • Special coatings: Special coatings on an iron's soleplate can affect how well it glides over your clothes and fabric. Basic models will typically have aluminium soleplates which look like a dull grey metal and will grip the fabric more. Stainless steel or ceramic-coated soleplates are typically more durable, heat up faster and glide over fabrics much more smoothly.

Clothes Irons FAQs

Iron vs steam station, what is the difference?

Whilst many irons have effective steam functions, steam stations produce more powerful steam and have larger water reservoirs allowing continuous ironing. Traditional irons are great for people living alone and smaller loads, whereas steam stations are great for families and large loads.

How to store an iron when not in use?

When not in use, simply ensure that your iron water tank is empty, then store your iron in an upright vertical position in a dry stable spot such as a shelf, storage box or table.

Shop Steam Irons & Linen Care Accessories at Spotlight

Aside from clothes irons for your clothes and sewing projects, you can also find ironing boards, ironing board covers and baseplate or soleplate cleaners here in our online store or at any of our retail store locations. We also carry lots of laundry baskets and storage solutions so you can organise and carry your wrinkle-free clothes with ease. For more ideas on making your home more comfortable and beautiful, check out the Decorate Blog and find helpful articles such as Home Storage Hacks For Every Room, Keep Your Clothes Fresh With A Steamer and Best Ways To Dry Clothes Without A Dryer. Trust Spotlight for quality irons that make chores fast and easy.



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