Does my iron need to be replaced?

Does my iron need to be replaced

If you're like most people, your iron probably doesn't need to be replaced very often. But if it's been a while since you've cleaned it or if it's showing signs of wear, it might be time to get a new one. Another way to tell if your iron needs replacement is that your clothes don’t look as fresh and un creased as they used to after you have finished ironing them or the thermostat doesn’t seem to reach the desired temperature anymore.

When you start to notice that your ironing isn't getting the same results as it used to, it's time to get a new one! Here are some signs you might need a new iron:

-Your clothes are coming out wrinkled or with obvious creases

-Your fabric is sticking to the ironing board or clothes instead of coming off easily

-The steam isn't producing the same amount of heat as it used to

If your iron starts feeling heavy or if it's difficult to press the buttons, it's likely time for a new one.

-If steam is coming out of the iron and it's making a loud noise, it's time for a new one.

-If the fabric appears scorched after being pressed, it may be time for a new one.

You're experiencing unexplained problems with your iron (e.g., it won't heat up, it makes strange noises, etc.).

However, before you resort to buying a new iron try giving your current one a thorough cleaning with iron cleaning products from My Care Plus Protect. If your iron still has problems after this, then it may be time to consider getting a new one. 

Factors to consider when purchasing an iron

When purchasing an iron, there are a few factors to consider. Whether you're looking for a basic model or something more specialised, these tips will help you choose the best one for your needs.

  • Efficiency
  • Safety
  • Cost

The Bottom Line

Some iron's, especially steam generator irons or more expensive brands can last for a more extended period with proper care such as cleaning the soleplate and descaling the iron with the correct products.

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