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Iron Spare Parts and Accessories

Steam Iron Spare Parts and Accessories

Your clothes iron will inevitably experience wear and tear after a few years use, like any household appliance. Since for many a functional iron is very important to everyway life, we at Partshub.co.uk offer a wide range of replacement parts and extra accessories for this useful little device. From simple classic models to the luxury top of the line steam devices, you will find everything for your iron here on these pages.

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Iron "Clad" Trivia

Did You Know That...?

  • The iron was actually invented as early as the Ming-Dynasty. In 1832, archaeologists uncovered a strange object in Mesopotamia that for a long time was thought to be a small porcelain vase. However, in 1913 researchers in Paris determined that it was actually the earliest known form of a clothes iron.
  • You can use your steam iron to get dents out of wood. Just pour a little bit of water on to the damaged area (your table for instance). Then place a thin towel over it and move the iron over the towel in small circles until it has dried. The wood will absorb the water and restore itself. If it doesn't work well enough the first time, just repeat as many times as necessary.
  • A lot of people have posted online other weird and wonderful uses of the iron. Some people have even managed to make grilled cheese toasties on their iron, so go research and see what other crazy things you might be able to do with your humble household friend.