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    I need to buy an iron- need recommendations

    I hear Rowenta is good but any specific brands to look for?

    Our old iron just spews water because it wants to, soaking the shirts one is trying to iron
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    Get a steam generator Iron
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    I love a good iron and have always had Rowenta ProMaster (around $90). Well, the first one died after two years and the second one was dropped by a house guest

    So after much research, I am now happy with a $45 Black & Decker D2030. It has nearly 3,000 reviews on Amazon with 4.5 stars. It not as sweet as my Rowenta but it does the job.

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    Just spray, tug, and smooth any time you need to quickly reduce wrinkles without the hassle of an iron. Downy Wrinkle Releaser is an easy-to-use spray that smoothes out wrinkles in seconds and leaves clothes with a light fresh scent. Its unique formula relaxes fibers to help release wrinkles.



    Want to learn more? Visit http://www.downywrinklereleaser.com/ or View FAQ's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wahalla View Post
    Get a steam generator Iron

    wha name so?

    just a regular steam iron?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peasie View Post
    I love a good iron and have always had Rowenta ProMaster (around $90). Well, the first one died after two years and the second one was dropped by a house guest

    So after much research, I am now happy with a $45 Black & Decker D2030. It has nearly 3,000 reviews on Amazon with 4.5 stars. It not as sweet as my Rowenta but it does the job.
    Thank you. With your strong experience on irons (since u admit seh u love to iron). I think that helps.

    I was thinking of a Rowenta DW5080 (coupon & sale ting) and since it has been 15 years since our last iron .....

    Black & Decker will check it out Thanks Peasie
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    Quote Originally Posted by CeaBee View Post




    Just spray, tug, and smooth any time you need to quickly reduce wrinkles without the hassle of an iron. Downy Wrinkle Releaser is an easy-to-use spray that smoothes out wrinkles in seconds and leaves clothes with a light fresh scent. Its unique formula relaxes fibers to help release wrinkles.



    Want to learn more? Visit http://www.downywrinklereleaser.com/ or View FAQ's
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    Kia it am sure u can find a recipe for home made winkle remover. Lol. Btw I assume u don't do dry cleaning being a environmentalist an all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by missus_vegas View Post
    Kia it am sure u can find a recipe for home made winkle remover. Lol. Btw I assume u don't do dry cleaning being a environmentalist an all.
    we don't so mi will stick to iron & steam
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