Published at Wednesday, June 05th, 2019 - 15:01:52 PM. Floor Design. By Adolfo Peters.
Water is the enemy of wooden crafts. Water may sometimes leave a very unpleasant mark on our wooden furniture, floors, and other wooden stuff. Your cloth iron, again, gets some work there. Cover up the water stain on your wood with a cloth and run the iron over it at the lowest temperature. The heat that the iron transfers to the wood makes it moisture free. Flowers are gorgeous. They can also be a token of love. So when you receive that love in the form of bouquets, you may want to preserve not just the feeling of affection but the physical token you’ve been given. Would you believe me if I said an iron could do that too? Keep your flowers between a couple of pieces of wax paper and place some weight on it. After some time, put a paper towel over it and run the dry iron over it. The flowers are safe for a long time now.
You might at some point need to seal polythene or plastic bags for various reasons. You may want to laminate some valuable papers. You may even need to pack some of your stuff in a plastic bag. Whatever be the case, an iron can help. Cover the end of plastic you want to seal with foil, and work the iron carefully over the foil only. The plastic melts with heat and becomes sealed. You can remove the foil afterwards. Wallpapers look great on walls. What about the stubborn pieces of paper left when you remove wallpaper? That’s too ugly. Your cloth iron can help you get rid of this. Let’s learn how. Set your iron to steam mode and heat it up. Keep this hot iron at a slight distance from the wall. This creates soggy conditions around the paper. The heat from the steam loosens up the glue, and the moisture gets rid of the stubbornness of paper.
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