Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Rowentas and Goldilocks


I had an exciting day yesterday. I cleaned my irons. Vinegar is bad enough but when it gets hot, phew.

I use Papa Rowenta for pressing quilt backings and tops. It gets a workout and has not given me any trouble for 3 years. I love this iron. There was some serious calcium build-up in Papa. Mama Rowenta is for piecing. I press as I go - it helps tame the wonkiness. Baby Rowenta is just for applique work.

Once the inside was clean, I tackled the outside. I used CLR to get the calcium sludge that came out of the irons.

Now look at them, standing so proudly, clean as a whistle. Goldilocks likes her 3 Rowentas.

Yeah, I need to get out more.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You are so funny ! Expect your package Mon or Tues. Glenda

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