The Hideaway Iron comes standard with a birch door. We also offer it with oak, pine, maple, white composite, or a mirror. Pivot option
Rotating the board comes in handy when pressing large shirts or putting multiple creases in a fancy outfit. Add a pivot to your board and you wont have to move the clothing to get the angle you need. The spring mounted pivot rotates the board 90 degrees left or right. This also makes it easier to switch hands and avoid repetitive motions. How is this green?
Ironing at home is an earth friendly way to do laundry. Not only does it save fuel from driving to and from the drycleaners, but it also avoids harmful chemicals such as Perchloroethylene. PERC is the chief chemical used by 85% of American dry cleaners, and it has been linked to numerous health problems. Cleaning chemicals leave dangerous residues on clothes. This residue is often absorbed by the skin and can also rub off on furniture, bedsheets, and carpeting. Even low levels of toxins can be dangerous for pets and young children. They spend a lot of time crawling around where residue builds up, and their small bodies can't handle as much exposure. Using an iron to steam clean and press your clothes is a healthier way to do laundry. Ironing also helps clothes last longer by reducing wear and tear from laundry machines. If you're using organic detergent or natural spot treatments, this ironing center is another way to green-up your wardrobe. For Institutional Buyers:
The Iron-a-Way Ironing Center is widely used in hotels, barracks, dormitories, condos, and other rental homes. It adds versatility to a property, and is a low cost way to stand out from the competition. The cut-off switch prevents fires, and the ironing center can also be hardwired with an iron inside to prevent scorched rugs or electrical shorts. Discount pricing is available for orders of 3 or more - please contact us for more information.
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