CLEAN YOUR IRON WITH SALT
On the off chance that you run your garments iron over a stain, you may wind up with gunk on your apparatus. Try not to move this wreck onto your next shirt – clean it off with salt. Regardless of whether salt goes on the hot iron, it won’t liquefy. Salt has a softening purpose of 1,473°F, while apparel presses generally go up to 445 °F at the most blazing.
Because the salt won’t soften, it’ll scrub off any waiting buildup. Sprinkle a piece of paper with salt and rub your warm iron over it. After you run it two or multiple times, turn off the warmth, and whenever it’s cooled, clear off the buildup with a delicate fabric.