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[Amazon.ca] Ritz 98402 Professional Silicone Ironing Board Pad and Cover Set - $21.09

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[Amazon.ca] Ritz 98402 Professional Silicone Ironing Board Pad and Cover Set - $21.09

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https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00604IR82

For those who know how to iron and need an ironing pad, this is as low as it's been according to CCC ($23.99 on amazon.com).
Set includes: professional silicone ironing board cover, super thick pad made with 100 percent natural cotton
Thicker pad yields professional pressing needs
Permeable cotton naturally distributes heat and steam evenly
No foam or synthetic materials in its manufacturing, specially designed nose and corner pockets hold the pad securely in place
Fits all standard sized 54 inch ironing boards
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What makes this professional?
Pro tip - If you can't stop thinking about it ....BUY IT !
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Is the entire surface silicone or just that loose piece at the nose? Mine is the standard version so I don't know what the benefits of this are.
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Mahawka wrote: What makes this professional?
"Thicker pad yields professional pressing needs"

Guessing the dollarama and ebay covers you see are thin as paper
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we bought a steamer and never done any more ironing.
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No synthetic materials... huh. Didn't know silicone occurred naturally in nature.

Who comes up with these product descriptions.
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I know many professional ironers... and this is the only ironing board they will use.
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Now where do I get an ironing board for $20?
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Masernaut wrote: Now where do I get an ironing board for $20?
haven't seen any 54" boards for that price

better off checking value village or goodwill

amazon.ca has the honey-can-do board for $39:

https://www.amazon.ca/Honey-Can-Do-BRD- ... B001F51A3K

but you take your chances, as the reviews aren't good
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forgot to mention that GCR also has 10% cash back on kitchen and home

may swing your decision or not lol
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Mahawka wrote: What makes this professional?
Need a true house wife to make it becomes professional and automatic
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chadw01 wrote: haven't seen any 54" boards for that price

better off checking value village or goodwill

amazon.ca has the honey-can-do board for $39:

https://www.amazon.ca/Honey-Can-Do-BRD- ... B001F51A3K

but you take your chances, as the reviews aren't good
That looks like one of those flimsy ones I've had in the past. A good ironing board costs quite a bit and that's what holds me back from getting one.
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BinaryJay wrote: No synthetic materials... huh. Didn't know silicone occurred naturally in nature.

Who comes up with these product descriptions.
isn't silicone a naturally occurring element?
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sfayerman wrote: isn't silicone a naturally occurring element?
Silicon is the eighth most common naturally occurring element in the universe by mass, but very rarely occurs as the pure element in the Earth's crust.

Silicone is synthetic polymer.
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konsensei wrote: we bought a steamer and never done any more ironing.
We got a steamer as a gift, have never touched it again after trying it for few days. Steamer took me more than double the time of my ironing and even after that I was not quite happy with the results.
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sfayerman wrote: isn't silicone a naturally occurring element?
Yes it does, usually found in breasts :)
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konsensei wrote: we bought a steamer and never done any more ironing.
The amount of time it takes the steamer to warm up, I am done with my ironing.
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abshahul wrote: We got a steamer as a gift, have never touched it again after trying it for few days. Steamer took me more than double the time of my ironing and even after that I was not quite happy with the results.
you guys must have gotten bad steamer
bobcat99 wrote: The amount of time it takes the steamer to warm up, I am done with my ironing.
you don't need to heat up the iron? lay down the clothes?
I put my clothes in the hangers, steam, and straight to closest when cooled.
How it takes you longer time, I don't know.

Even when I used to work at a dry cleaner, everyone used steamers because it is quicker.

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