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I bought an iron cleaner off Ebay problem is instructions are foreign can anyone help it looks like s glue stick I got it after a topic on here

Imnotcheap
4 weeks ago
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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly254 weeks ago

Found this review for Faultless hot iron cleaner on Amazon:

Turned the iron bottom facing up, heating on cotton mode, away from me. Squeezed the product on to the hot surface and rubbed it with some pressure, with the help of a cotton cloth. At this attempt, 90%-95% of the stubborn surface of rubbish came off. Continued squeezing out more product on the hot surface and rubbed it off with some more pressure, this time with an object that was tough enough to break loose all the stubborn residue and be subtle and soft enough not to scratch or scrape at the metallic surface. My alibi was the soft, flat end of a bamboo chopstick that was lying around in my kitchen. Did a genius job. To make sure no residue had entered the steam vents, I turned it away and kept pressing out steam from the vents. All clean and my iron is once more fully functional. Hurrah!

Maybe if you look for the product you bought, someone will describe how to use it in the review section?

Good Luck

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap
Original Poster
4 weeks ago

gerrykelly25 great idea thanks for advice

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davidstockport
davidstockport4 weeks ago

Imnotcheap I'd tend to rely on the suppliers information (below) than the review of someone who doesn't appear to know the meaning of the word ALIBI:

QUOTE: "My alibi was the soft, flat end of a bamboo chopstick that was lying around in my kitchen".πŸ˜€

"Alibi" actually means: a claim or piece of evidence that one was elsewhere when an act, typically a criminal one, is alleged to have taken place.

I'm still trying to work out what that reviewer thought ALIBI meant.πŸ˜€ Can anyone help? πŸ˜€

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap
Original Poster
3 weeks ago

davidstockport my guess would be saviour but dont know

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RegularComper90
RegularComper904 weeks ago

Baking soda. πŸ™‚

Mix one part water to two parts baking soda and you will get a nice paste. Spread it all over the iron place, leave it for 10 mins and then wipe with a damp cloth.

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davidstockport
davidstockport4 weeks ago

These are the suppliers directions for use:

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

Heat the iron to the temperature of 150-180C, disconnect from the power network.Rub the dirty surface with the stick and thoroughly wipe the melted agent with a flannel cloth or a paper towel.

Found in description of what it appears you bought. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TECHNICQLL-IRON-CLEANER-STICK-WIPE-THOSE-SCORCH-STARCH-AND-BURN-MARKS-30g-/291793394142?var=0&mkevt=1&mkcid=1&mkrid=710-53481-19255-0&campid=5338268676&toolid=10044&customid=Cj0KCQjwhr2FBhDbARIsACjwLo2fLYA7nnA71BN-sE64_0BmZFu2MF9U2SHDP4DGVUZqpCZzXbvugWYaAnbjEALw_wcB

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap
Original Poster
3 weeks ago

davidstockport your a star worked thanks so much if I could give you extra points for your answer I would

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davidstockport
davidstockport3 weeks ago

Imnotcheap Happy to have helped - It's worth remembering that the instructions for use (in English) can often be found where things with foreign instructions are offered for sale.πŸ˜€

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