Ironing Your Clothes Made Easier With This New Tool
Feb 28, 2012 13:13
Ironing clothes is tough. I know this because even after so long I'm still trying to find an easier and faster way to get rid of them creases. The rule of thumb is iron one side, wrinkle the crap out of the other and repeat. Now there's a new invention from Quirky that could reduce the time you spend on ironing. 15 minutes for one shirt.
It's just a flexible steel loop with a handle that slides up and down to expand or retract the loop to fit into pant legs and sleeves. [Quirky]
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