Tell me about Roller Presses
Over time, technology is constantly changing and the old fashioned hand iron has had its day. Remember the old rotary mangles like your granny used to have, today the modern equivalent is the Roller Press.
They have come to the forefront again and today most professionals in the ironing business use a rotary roller iron.
Isn't it strange how modern technology has brought back old fashioned ironing techniques that are tried and tested and an efficient way to iron clothes, bedding and linens.
They are fast to iron with and reliable.
- What are steam press heating plates made of?
- The jaws of the press must be closed but for how long when pressing?
- Do I have to keep the press flat for storage?
- Cleaning the heating plate
- The board cover has torn?
- Do you have to use special water in a steam press?
- I don't know which size steam press I need?
- But how would I iron sleeves, do i need a sleeve board?
- Is it difficult to push jaws down firmly on the steam press?
- Will the steam press damage my laundry?
- Quick tip for people who have a new press and have not read instruction book!
- Which size Rotary Iron to get
- What about King Size bedding
- My Press has stopped heating up
- Which press should I buy STEAM or DRY?
- What are the pressing cushions for?
- What temperature setting should you use for different fabrics?