T-Fal

T-Fal Household Steam Irons

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Whether you're an expert at ironing or can't stand the thought of it, T-fal has just the iron you need. Good Housekeeping Says: ~Works well on wool, cotton, and linen ~Produces plenty of steam ~Soleplate stays hot ~Lightweight ~Large water reservoir ~Easy to maneuver ~Helpful customer service "The colorful T-Fal UltraGlide EasyCord may be one of the less expensive irons in our test, but it still turned in a solid performance. It produced as much steam as any iron in GHRI tests and we found it worked well on its higher temperatures, smoothing tough wrinkles from wool, cotton, and linen. (If you find yourself ironing silk garments, you may need to splurge on one of our top picks for better wrinkle removal, however.) Large ironing batches won't wear you out with this model — it was one of the lightest appliances in our test — but this also means it's more prone to tipping over. (Luckily, T-Fal built in three-way shut-off, so the iron will automatically turn off if left idle on its side, face, or horizontal.) A nice bonus: You won't need a measuring cup to fill up the T-Fal. Simply place the opening under running water and watch the large reservoir fill. The manual's a little confusing: The instructions are mainly diagrams, so they can take some time to decipher. Should you have any questions though, we found T-Fal's customer service to be very helpful. " Good Housekeeping
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