Iron Clothes


  1. First, you need to plug in the iron and turn it on. Be careful not to touch the hot surface of the iron.

  2. While the iron is heating up, fill a small container with water and keep it next to the ironing board. You will need this to add moisture to the clothes while ironing.

  3. Next, take the clothes you want to iron and lay them flat on the ironing board. You can start with something simple like a t-shirt or a pair of shorts.

  4. Once the iron is hot, you can adjust the temperature settings based on the fabric of the clothes you are ironing. For example, if you're ironing cotton, set it to a higher temperature than if you're ironing silk.

  5. Take the iron and move it back and forth over the fabric of the clothes, pressing down firmly. Be careful not to burn the clothes by holding the iron in one place for too long.

  6. If the clothes are particularly wrinkled, you can use the spray bottle to add a bit of water to the fabric. This will help to loosen the wrinkles and make it easier to iron them out.

  7. Once you have finished ironing the clothes, turn off the iron and unplug it from the outlet. Allow it to cool down before storing it away.