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January 29, 2021

If you’ve used only cheap, rickety ironing boards, you’re probably working too hard. A solid board with a smooth cover and the right amount of give will make the job easier. Since 2015 we’ve spent 54 hours researching and testing 22 boards and mats, and our two-time winner, the Brabantia Ironing Board B, is still our favorite. It’s the best we’ve tried for the price—it’s durable, wobble-free, and just the right size.

The Brabantia Ironing Board B is the best board I’ve used—it’s steadier and lighter than more expensive boards I’ve tested, but it costs a fraction of the price. The Brabantia B opens noiselessly and folds compactly, so it’s pleasant to use and easy to stow in a small apartment or laundry room. We also like that it comes with a 10-year warranty, which indicates that Brabantia believes its ironing board will last. I’ve been using this board regularly since early 2017—even moving it across the country—and it looks as good as new. The iron rest is permanently attached, which is not ideal if you like to use the squared-off end of the board. But the Brabantia B is one of the few stands I’ve tried that truly keep an iron still, and cords don’t get tangled between the iron rest and the board (a problem with several other models I’ve tested).

For an oversize, sturdy board, we prefer the Homz Durabilt DB100 Premium Steel Top Ironing Board. If you’re tall or need more surface area for big projects, the Homz stands 1½ inches taller than the Brabantia B and gives you 5 more inches of length to work with. The Homz is just a hair less stable, but it’s still very steady, which is especially impressive considering its size (other large boards we tried were wobblier). Its extra-wide legs keep it solidly planted on the floor, and it can handle the weight of the biggest, heaviest blankets and quilts. The Homz also has a removable iron rest, so both ends of the board can be easily accessed, unlike on the Brabantia B. The Homz’s legs can be tricky to lock open. And this board takes up more storage space and is more expensive than the Brabantia B, but we’ve recommended it since 2016 and still find it sturdy and reliable.

Tabletop ironing boards can be chintzy and unstable, but the Honey-Can-Do Tabletop Ironing Board with Iron Rest is sturdy and useful, and it’s a strong choice if you don’t need (or don’t have space for) a full-size ironing board. I tested it in 2015 and again in 2019, and it’s still the best small board I’ve tried. It’s also a fraction of the price of our full-size recommendations. Whether it lives on top of your washer or gets stowed in your closet, the Honey-Can-Do easily handles button-down shirts and linens. But it isn’t long enough to iron a pair of pants on, unless you work in sections. It comes with a limited lifetime warranty (the longest of any of our picks).

The Above Edge Magnetic Ironing Mat is the most convenient of our picks to store, and it’s the only one that can turn any tabletop, counter, or washer into an instant ironing surface. It’s a little fussier to use, though, because you often have to keep one hand on the mat to steady it on a slick surface (it does have magnets to help secure it to metal). It’s not as effective for pressing dresses, button-down shirts, or other highly detailed clothing, but it works for small, quick jobs, when pulling out an ironing board is too much of a hassle. The Above Edge is also great to keep on a sewing table, for when you want to easily press seams.

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Why you should trust us

I’m a senior staff writer at Wirecutter, and I’ve been covering ironing boards for four years. I’ve also worked on our guides to irons, sheets, blankets, and robes (among many others), and I’m a quilt designer with years of experience. I’ve combed ironing board reviews over the years and talked to friends with strong opinions, most notably at the New York City Metro Modern Quilters Guild (I used to be a member). But mainly I’m relying on my own extensive experience. I’ve used ironing boards to press everything from cloth placemats to king-size quilts, and in situations from pregnancy—with a bump in the way—to post–knee surgery, when I was unable to stand up. I know what makes a comfortable, functional board.

Who should get this

A good ironing board makes the task of ironing much easier and more pleasant. I’ve owned plenty of inexpensive boards—the kind that screech as you open or close the metal legs, and that wobble so much there’s a worry the hot iron will fall off. So once I tried higher-end boards, I understood why they cost more and why they’re worth the money. Construction and design make a big difference in this everyday item, and you can save yourself a lot of elbow grease and time—not to mention save your ears—by getting a sturdy, quiet board. If you currently own an ironing board that’s noisy, wobbly, or hard to close and store, consider upgrading. It will make your ironing experience better.

How we picked and tested

A person using an iron on the Brabantia ironing board

After spending several years researching ironing boards—testing them, reading countless user reviews, and listening to reader feedback—I’ve discovered that the best boards have these things in common:

Stability: It’s physically harder to iron on a wobbly board because you have to juggle to keep everything still while you work. A wobbly board is also a safety risk: You don’t want a hot iron bouncing off an unstable board (and this is especially worrisome if you have pets or small children underfoot). The board should have evenly spaced legs to prevent it from wobbling (although if your floors aren’t level, this may still be an issue). I’ve also found that boards with wide legs (or even wide feet) that extend out past the surface of the board are the most stable, but sometimes they’re difficult to store and use in tighter spaces.

Practical details: I eliminated ironing boards with screechy joints (a noise I vehemently hate). There are tips for stopping the noise, but I prioritized boards that were quiet to begin with. The top of an ironing board is important to consider, too. The cover should have a taut surface, so an iron can glide across it, and the holes on the board’s metal skeleton should be wide enough that they let steam pass through easily, so water doesn’t build up. The cover’s layer of cushion should have some resistance—it shouldn’t be so thin that you can feel the metal of the board, but also not so squishy that your clothes sink in while you’re pressing. Iron racks, which attach to the end of the board so you can set down a hot iron, are pretty standard on high-quality boards. But some people like to use the squared-off end of the board to iron dress shirts, and therefore they find the racks frustrating. I considered some boards with removable racks—so both ends of the board are accessible—and I’ve noted which pick has a permanently attached rack.

Surface area: A standard ironing board surface is about 14 inches by 48 inches, which is plenty of space for most ironing jobs. The biggest board surface I’ve tested is 19 inches by 56 inches (on Reliable’s The Board 2-in-1). And even though bigger boards are tough to store in small apartments or houses, some people—especially quilters—prefer the extra board space. Big boards are also helpful for tackling large items like curtains or sheets.

Height adjustment: A board’s height should be easy to adjust, and it should accommodate both sitting and standing heights.

Price: A well-made ironing board that will last costs between $50 and $100. I’ve found that cheaper boards are frustrating to use, noisy, and less stable, and that pricier boards don’t give you that much more for your money.

In 2019 I conducted my third round of ironing board tests. I retested the Brabantia B and the Homz Durabilt boards, which we’ve recommended since 2017 and 2016, respectively. After reading dozens of reviews, we also decided to test the Laurastar Plus Board, the Minky Homecare Ergo Ironing Board, the YQMAJIM Ironing Mat and the Housables Ironing Blanket, and the convertible Reliable The Board 2-in-1 Home Ironing Board, which has an attachment that turns it into a large, rectangular board. For a space-saving, budget option, I also tested two tabletop boards: the Whitmore Tabletop Ironing Board and the Honey-Can-Do Tabletop Ironing Board, which I’d previously tested in 2015. As always, I ironed on each model, checking how much a board wobbled and whether the ironing surface was level. I also noted how much pressure it took to feel the surface of the board through the cover. I checked underneath each board to see how much steam came through, because good ventilation keeps the board—and your clothes—from getting too damp. I compared the quality of the cover materials, joints, and iron holders (if included), and compared height adjustability. I also checked for ease of opening and closing (including noise), and I measured the ironing surface of each board and mat, noting its best use case (small items, extra-large items) and how easy it was to store.

Our favorite sturdy ironing board: Brabantia Ironing Board B

A shirt resting on the Brabantia Ironing Board B

It’s hard to imagine an ironing board becoming a favorite household item, but the Brabantia Ironing Board B is so well made, well sized, and well designed that I truthfully get a little giddy whenever I use it. We’ve been recommending the Brabantia since 2017, and even though some boards I’ve tested feel more substantial, no board comes close to this one for stability (at a reasonable size and cost), smart design, or overall durability. I recommend it to everyone who wants to make a tedious chore almost delightful.

The Brabantia B is one of the sturdiest boards we’ve tried. The legs sit solidly, even when the board is aggressively jostled. Video: Sarah Kobos

The iron rest on the Brabantia Ironing Board B

The Brabantia B’s iron rest isn’t removable (like those on other boards we tried), so the squared-off end of the board is harder to access. Photo: Sarah Kobos

A close-up of the leg lock feature on the Brabantia Ironing Board B

We like the Brabantia B’s leg-lock feature, which keeps the board closed while it’s folded. This is a detail we’d love to see on more boards. Photo: Kyle Fitzgerald

The Brabantia Ironing Board B shown folded and resting against a wall

The Brabantia B’s size is just right. This board is large enough to handle most ironing jobs, but it is also easier to manage and store than the huge boards we tried. Photo: Sarah Kobos

The Brabantia B’s surface is just the right size for almost any ironing project, but the board folds down smaller than many other full-size boards we tried. And this board’s stability outshines that of almost all of the models we tested (and if you’ve ever done an ironing marathon, you know stability is key). If a board is wobbly or slanted, your arm can get tired just trying to keep it still, and that’s dangerous when you’re holding a hot iron. The only ironing board I’ve tried that’s steadier than the Brabantia B is Reliable’s utterly excessive The Board 300 Pound 2-in-1 Home Ironing Board, which, in addition to its name being a mouthful, costs more than four times as much and weighs nearly 30 pounds. The Brabantia B is a trim 15 pounds, so it’s much more manageable to deal with. It’s also smaller than the Homz Durabilt. Both boards are 14½ inches wide, but the Brabantia B is 49 inches long, instead of 54 inches (each board has a 7-inch iron rest). The Brabantia B is also 1½ inches lower than the Durabilt, and it folds to a smaller size for storage, making it an ideal full-size board for smaller homes.

The Brabantia B’s smart design also makes it worth the price over flimsier, inexpensive boards. It has leg locks (they keep it from accidentally opening when it’s folded), something I’ve seen on only one other brand (Leifheit). This board opens soundlessly, with seven grooved notches for adjusting height, unlike noisier boards I’ve tried that adjust height using a metal rod that scrapes through a metal casing. I’ve tested enough boards, done enough ironing, and spent enough late nights crafting (when the whole house was asleep) to truly appreciate how easy and quiet this board is to open. The Brabantia B has several covers you can choose from, too, making it one of the few models I’ve tested that offer choices (although different covers do change the board’s price). The options are more colorful than the simple pattern on the Homz Durabilt or the utilitarian stripes and solids on many other boards. Brabantia also sells replacement covers in additional designs.

I recommend this board to everyone, even my mom bought one. I'm long-term testing Brabantia B from our 2017 testing, and in 2019, I compared it with a brand-new board (with the same cover). The original has been subjected to the weight of king-size quilts and blankets, several bumps into walls, a cross-country trip in a moving crate, and countless openings and closings. The cover has seen its fair share of scorched polyesters (Halloween costumes), iron-on transfers (more Halloween costumes), spray starch, and a couple of melted sewing pins. I could not tell the difference between the two boards when I compared them side by side. The original is my everyday choice for clothes and linens. The covers are washable (like those of all our picks), and they wear better than those on any other ironing board I’ve owned. They aren’t the thickest I’ve tested—the Laurastar and Homz Durabilt covers feel more substantial—but they get the job done, and they last. Brabantia offers a 10-year warranty for its ironing boards, compared with five years for the Homz Durabilt. Though it’s not as good as the tabletop Honey-Can-Do’s lifetime warranty, the Brabantia’s warranty demonstrates that the company stands behind this board.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

The iron rest—the metal tray on the square side of the board that holds your iron—is permanently attached to the Brabantia B, and we know this has been frustrating for some readers who like to use a board’s square edge. This board is available with two types of iron rests, but I’ve tested only the smaller, steam-iron version (which I much prefer to bigger trays on other boards). Brabantia confirmed that the “solid rest” version is removable, and although I haven’t tested it, it’s very similar to the iron rest on the Homz Durabilt (also removable)—which is fine but not as steady as the Brabantia’s smaller iron rest. That version of the board also costs about 50 percent more than the one I tested.

A space-saving budget board: Honey-Can-Do Tabletop Ironing Board with Iron Rest

A shirt and iron shown on the Honey-Can-Do Tabletop Ironing Board with Iron Rest

I’ve read dozens of reviews and tested three tabletop boards, and the Honey-Can-Do Tabletop Ironing Board with Iron Rest is the best choice if you don’t have the space or the patience for a full-size board. Tabletop boards work well for ironing things like button-down shirts and pillowcases (when a full-size board would be too much), but unless you work in sections, they’re not big or long enough to easily iron a dress or pants on. Though convenient, tabletop ironing boards can be poorly made and often get terrible user reviews, but I’ve tested two Honey-Can-Dos (in 2015 and in 2019), and I found both to be reliably stable and painless to use. One of our staff writers has been long-term testing one since fall 2019 and says the surface area is a good size for everything she needs to iron, but it’s a little too big for most of her small apartment’s tables and counters—it’s still better than a full-size board, though, and it costs a fraction of the price. It’s better than other tabletop options I’ve tried, and even better than some pricier, full-size boards, I've tested like the Minky Homecare Ergo. The Honey-Can-Do’s legs are thicker and much better constructed than those on the Whitmor Tabletop Board, as is the board surface itself—the Whitmor’s bowed when any pressure was applied. We think the Honey-Can-Do will last much longer. It also wobbled considerably less than the Whitmor and the Polder Deluxe Tabletop Board, making it the least frustrating to use.

The Honey-Can-Do Tabletop Ironing Board with Iron Rest shown folded and resting against a wall.

Tabletop boards are also a good choice if you generally find ironing boards to be uncomfortably short. Setting a tabletop board on a countertop will usually give you a higher surface than you get with most freestanding boards, and a tabletop board may fit your build better and be easier to use. The Honey-Can-Do comes with a limited lifetime warranty, which is the best of all our picks and better than the most expensive boards I’ve tested.

Also great for occasional ironing: Above Edge Magnetic Ironing Mat

The Above Edge Magnetic Ironing Mat shown unfolded on a flat surface.

An ironing mat is a handy, heat-proof pad that folds up to about the size of a towel and makes any flat surface safe for an iron. A mat works best for quick, easy jobs that aren’t worth the effort of pulling out a board. We’ve been recommending the Above Edge Magnetic Ironing Mat since 2016 because it is the least expensive one I’ve tested, has magnets in each corner to secure it to a washer or dryer (the Housables mat we tested also has them), and is reliably available. Like all the mats I’ve tested, the Above Edge mat can slide around on non-magnetic surfaces. But I found it easy to keep still with one hand while I was ironing, even on my slippery kitchen counter.

The Above Edge Magnetic Ironing Mat shown folded into a square.

If you don’t have space for an ironing board, consider an ironing pad, like the Above Edge Magnetic Ironing Mat—it makes any flat surface heat-proof. Photo: Sarah Kobos

A close-up of the Above Edge Magnetic Ironing Mat's stitching and heat-proof material.

The Above Edge’s heat-proof material protects surfaces from an iron, but the quilted pattern did tend to transfer onto thinner fabrics. Photo: Sarah Kobos

This mat is made of a heat-proof metallic fabric that I’ve also seen used on ironing board covers, and it’s similar to the Housables and YQMAJIM mats. It’s quilted, with a layer of padding inside to give it some cushion, and it grips fabrics a little to prevent slippage. The 17½-by-32½-inch work surface is about average in size for mats I’ve tested, and it’s bigger than the surface of the Honey-Can-Do tabletop ironing board, although one of our staff long-term testers wished it was a little bigger. It is not ideal for anything more than very occasional ironing, but if you don’t have to deal with many wrinkles, you could get away with a mat, an affordable iron, and maybe a clothes steamer for bigger items and delicates. A staffer who owns the Above Edge says it’s held up well for regular use, but pet hair sticks to it, and it isn’t ideal for very thin fabrics because the quilted design can transfer. I noticed this in testing, too, and our long-term tester agrees. As far as we can tell, the Above Edge has no warranty.

The competition

Ironing boards

Reliable’s The Board 300 Pound 2-in-1 Home Ironing Board is the priciest board I’ve tested, the biggest I’ve tested, and the heaviest I’ve tested. It’s a pain to move around, but if you’re a quilter, knitter, sewer, or crafter, you may like it for its rectangular, extra-large work surface. It’s the only board I’ve tested that doesn’t scoot along the floor when you shake it, and it’s the steadiest and most solidly built ironing board I’ve tried. The work surface is 19 inches by 48 inches, not including the iron rack at the end, but the Reliable comes with a rectangular attachment (and includes a second cover) that gives you a 19-by-56-inch work surface. This model is ideal for large projects, and, like the Rowenta IB9100 board, it has a rack underneath to stack quilt blocks or other projects on.

The Minky Homecare Hot Spot Pro is the best board I’ve tested under $50, but we don’t recommend cheap boards because we’ve found that none of them are stable enough. This model was our former budget pick, and if you need a board without an iron rack, or a less-expensive option that doesn’t wobble too badly, this one is sturdier than other similarly priced boards I’ve tried. It’s also an inch shorter than the Brabantia B, if you need a more petite board.

The Laurastar Plus Board was very steady in tests, with a spacious, 16½-by-49-inch work surface. But it costs more than twice the price of both the Brabantia B and the Homz Durabilt boards, and it didn’t stand out enough to justify its price.

The Minky Homecare Ergo Ironing Board was nowhere near as good as its cousin, the Hot Spot Pro. Not only did the Ergo wiggle in tests, it also had a serious wobble and felt very unsteady.

The Whitmor Tabletop Ironing Board was a piece of junk. It cost about the same as the Honey-Can-Do board, but its thin, flimsy legs felt like they were breaking as soon as I used it. When any pressure was applied to this board, it felt like the legs would snap clean off.

Ironing mats

The YQMAJIM Ironing Mat is smooth on one side and quilted on the other. It’s well made, and I liked the smooth side for ironing thin materials that were susceptible to picking up the quilted pattern. It’s more expensive than the Above Edge mat, though, and since it’s a no-name brand, we’re less confident that it will stick around.

The Housables Ironing Blanket was fine, and it was very similar to the Above Edge. It’s quilted on both sides and seems solidly made, but it costs a little bit more. We prefer the Above Edge because it’s been around for at least four years, so we’re confident it’s a reliable pick.

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Jackie Reeve

Jackie Reeve is a senior staff writer covering bedding, organization, and home goods at Wirecutter since 2015. Previously she was a school librarian, and she’s been a quilter for about 15 years. Her quilt patterns and her other written work have appeared in various publications. She moderates Wirecutter’s staff book club and makes her bed every morning.

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A man and his ironing board

 

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Mar 16, 2015 at 12:01 AM



They just don't make ironing boards like they used to.

I remember saying those words about 10 years ago standing in the ironing board aisle at Walmart. We needed a new ironing board, and the only kind Walmart stocked was the flimsy variety, obviously assembled in far off nations where metal and engineers are scarce.

Actually, those foreign countries must have the world's most creative engineers. They can produce a full-size, working ironing board from three recycled soup cans. Just imagine what they could do with an abundance of raw materials. We probably could drive our ironing boards to work, carry them into the office and use them as coffee machines.

It's true that our old ironing board cost only about 15 bucks and lasted 10 years, but it was a screechy, wobbly decade of cheap-ironing-board hell. We endured it because I thought ironing board manufacturers had stopped making quality ironing boards. I was wrong.

Brian Reagan, one of my favorite comedians, has a routine about ironing boards in which he offers an apt description of the horrible way most of them sound while being unfolded for use.

"Every ironing board I've ever owned," Reagan said, "sounds like a witch being boiled in oil."

A little oil would quiet the proverbial witch, too, but who wants to risk having WD-40 soak through the ironing board cover and stain precious garments? And I'd rather live with the boiling witch than do without an ironing board.

I perform most of the ironing at our house. It's a talent I picked up working my way through college at a hospital. Most hospital employees still wore starched white pants in those days and I wanted sharp creases.

As a single man living alone back then, I avoided the screech by never putting my ironing board down. I had no place to store an ironing board, and it doubled nicely as a bedside table.

I love a good ironing board. Some friends of mine designed their new house to have built-in ironing boards at various locations throughout. While everyone else on the tour was marveling at the 15-foot stone fireplace, I was still checking out the built-in ironing boards.

I actually enjoy ironing, which makes it all the more mystifying that I could go 10 years without further investigating the availability of quality ironing boards. But when the witch in our old ironing board finally screeched her last a few days ago, I went shopping.

When I reached the ironing board section in one of those fancy new housewares stores, I was like a Russian visiting America for the first time. They had the soup can variety for about $15, but they had a Cadillac variety for $40.

I would have given $80.

It has a thick, aluminum frame, an extra-wide board and a screech-proof lever-and-latch system for adjustable height. I have not been this excited about something new since my kids were born.

My new ironing board is a breeze to take down, but I'm leaving it up for a few days for old times' sake. I'd drive it to work, but it doesn't make coffee.

Mark Rutledge is editorial page editor of The Daily Reflector in Greenville, N.C. Email: [email protected]

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Honey-Can-Do over The Door Ironing Board $27.97 (47% off)

Dec 21st, 2018 10:51 am
amit33853[OP]
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Dec 21st, 2018 10:51 am

[Walmart] Honey-Can-Do over The Door Ironing Board $27.97 (47% off)

Hello everyone
Just came across this over the door ironing board on sale at Walmart for $27. I currently own this product and can say its one of the best space saving home improvement purchase ever. Mostly suited for apartments and townhouses that have space constraints.
Currently retails for -

Amazon- $52
Bed bath beyond- $47
Lowes - $53

This product has very high rated reviews and I am absolutely satisfied with its use.

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Dec 21st, 2018 10:55 am
Faemow
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Dec 21st, 2018 10:55 am

This is the type of product you never realized you need. Thanks OP.
Dec 21st, 2018 11:04 am
b0ne
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Dec 21st, 2018 11:04 am

Perfect gift for the wife. Save it for valentines day if it doesn't arrive before xmas.

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Dec 21st, 2018 11:59 am
Speedy Gonzales
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Dec 21st, 2018 11:59 am

Is the pad thick enough? Some reviews complain about that.
Dec 21st, 2018 12:09 pm
consumer be me
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Dec 21st, 2018 12:09 pm

Doesn’t the clothes steamer replace the iron ? I thought we all had one to replace the hand iron ?
Dec 21st, 2018 12:12 pm
amit33853[OP]
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Dec 21st, 2018 12:12 pm

Speedy Gonzales wrote: ↑ Is the pad thick enough? Some reviews complain about that.
Its decent amount of thickness. I'd say its comparable to ironing boards you find at stores.
Dec 21st, 2018 12:15 pm
Mystix
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Dec 21st, 2018 12:15 pm

consumer be me wrote: ↑ Doesn’t the clothes steamer replace the iron ? I thought we all had one to replace the hand iron ?
I thought so too but I am looking at my wrinkle free but crease-less dress pants and they are looking kinda sad. The iron still have some uses
Dec 21st, 2018 12:17 pm
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Dec 21st, 2018 12:17 pm

Very cool space savings product.
Thanks OP.
Dec 21st, 2018 12:20 pm
newcan
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Dec 21st, 2018 12:20 pm

Perfect I had a voucher I was struggle to use this was the perfect addition.
Dec 21st, 2018 12:25 pm
jackass_ca
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Dec 21st, 2018 12:25 pm

Ordered and thanked OP. We are in a house, but the full size ironing board is downstairs in the laundry room, would rather have something I can easily use upstairs when multiple items need to be ironed. How's the stability, pretty solid?
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Dec 21st, 2018 12:39 pm
movieking
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Dec 21st, 2018 12:39 pm

Anyone know if this is available in stores at this price?

Also, what clothes steamer? I'm always looking for ways to avoid ironing...
Dec 21st, 2018 12:47 pm
consumer be me
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Dec 21st, 2018 12:47 pm

movieking wrote: ↑ Anyone know if this is available in stores at this price?

Also, what clothes steamer? I'm always looking for ways to avoid ironing...
this is what i was talking about...
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/conair-upr ... 0087158333

I have that exact one but I bought it at a better price when it came with a bonus travel steamer kit. I will admit that it gets tricky to get all the wrinkles out as there isn't a flat surface... so I may get the OP's board to use with my steamer...
Dec 21st, 2018 3:06 pm
Ryankay
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Dec 21st, 2018 3:06 pm

Thanks OP, been looking for a small board for upstairs that we can hide away. We've been living on just a steamer for a couple years and my collars arent the sharpest.
Dec 21st, 2018 3:10 pm
evoviii
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Dec 21st, 2018 3:10 pm

hard to justify when I have a normal one already in a condo.
Dec 21st, 2018 4:56 pm
concubine_number_4
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Dec 21st, 2018 4:56 pm

Any price match opportunities here?
Dec 23rd, 2018 12:22 am
dankthetank
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Dec 23rd, 2018 12:22 am

Same price at Amazon now as well.

Amazon link
Dec 23rd, 2018 1:21 am
chex
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Dec 23rd, 2018 1:21 am

I have a steamer and it definitely doesn’t replace ironing.. it’s good for suit jackets and ties, (items that a hot iron can damage with prolonged contact) but nothing beats a good iron for dress shirts and pants!
Dec 23rd, 2018 8:12 am
badger11
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Dec 23rd, 2018 8:12 am

chex wrote: ↑ I have a steamer and it definitely doesn’t replace ironing.. it’s good for suit jackets and ties, (items that a hot iron can damage with prolonged contact) but nothing beats a good iron for dress shirts and pants!
Completely Agree. I bought the Rowenta Garment Steamer from Costco and used it once before returning it.
It does okay for thin blouses but like you said it cannot replace a Iron for a flat, clean press.
Dec 23rd, 2018 9:37 am
molexir
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Dec 23rd, 2018 9:37 am

badger11 wrote: ↑ Completely Agree. I bought the Rowenta Garment Steamer from Costco and used it once before returning it.
It does okay for thin blouses but like you said it cannot replace a Iron for a flat, clean press.
I’ve been eyeing that for years, contemplating to buy or not. I guess I’m closer to not.
I really wanted it for when you have cotton tees folded like at the store to get the folding creases out. Would it be able to handle that?
Dec 23rd, 2018 9:48 am
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Dec 23rd, 2018 9:48 am

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