How to Clean an Iron
- Body and soleplate: Use a soft, damp cloth and wipe the iron clean. Do not use any household cleaners, solvents or harsh abrasives. You can also purchase quality soleplate cleaners designed for this specific purpose.
- Steam chambers: Most steam irons have a self-cleaning feature. Please refer to your instructional manual for proper guidance. Recommended self-cleaning frequency is at least once a year, but no more than once a month.
- Minimize leaking: Empty the water chamber after ironing with steam. This helps prevent dripping during your next use. The heat also evaporates any remaining moisture, which reduces deposits on the soleplate.