No matter what iron you have, each one needs cleaning, from time to time. Fibers made of synthetic and artificial materials are easily damaged in contact with high temperatures, and it is quite often that remains of molten fabrics remain on the soleplate. Steam irons also create dirt associated with calcium deposits, a stone contained in water. Wiping with a wet cloth usually does not clean the iron .The easiest way is to use the product that is specifically designed for this purpose.

    How to use?

    Preheat the iron to the level of “Wool” or marked with two dots. Once the temperature has been reached, disconnect the iron from the power supply and turn off the steam generating option, as high temperature steam can burn you when you clean the iron.

    Open the product and wipe the iron surface. Wait a few minutes and then wipe with a dry cloth of natural material such as cotton. When distributing the ironstick, pay attention not to clog the steam holes in the iron. If necessary, you can repeat the process.