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Help needed on removing the stains from iron box.

Discussion in 'Spotless Kitchen' started by mickeymini, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. mickeymini

    mickeymini Gold IL'ite

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    Hi Abhising can you please tell me what does DIY stores mean?:hide:
     
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    alsu Bronze IL'ite

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    Use Turpentine Oil.. it will remove the stain and give a shining look.....
     
  3. Arunadhri

    Arunadhri Bronze IL'ite

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    This is standard practice for all non stick ware to remove various stains.. However, if there is heat damage to the coating on the iron itself, I am afraid that nothing can be done.
    Arunadhri
     
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    orion80 Platinum IL'ite

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    DIY= Do It Yourself

    -Lakshmi
     
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    milindrn New IL'ite

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    wet a cotton cloth then switch on the iron box in maximum temperature then iron the wet cloth ,the stain will go
     
  6. Reksen

    Reksen Silver IL'ite

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    Hi,

    Take a table salt spread it on the paper then heat the iron box and iron the paper (try to use non printed paper).and with the thick cloth wipe the iron box.

    Usually i will do this and that worked for me.
     

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