So you have clothes with reputed designer labels in your closet. But this does not necessarily mean you will look good in them. Perfect fitting and proper care ensure that you look good in the fabrics. While the ideal fitting is a discussion for another day, let’s discuss the caring part. More precisely, let’s focus on handling the wrinkles in your garments.
With the advent of steam burst technology, a steam iron is popular among the users but consumes about 1800 watts of power. For the property of getting heated up quickly, the steam iron serves versatile purposes and is perfect for the removal of stubborn wrinkles even from heavy fabrics. So, be ready to get a crisper and wrinkle-free look to your clothes with the advanced models.
Likewise, there is an enormous range of dry iron as well that comes with a thermal fuse and behaves in the form of an electrical safety device for the prevention of flow of electricity against overheating. So, these irons hold the ability to stop damage due to overheating. Now the question is “dry iron or steam iron, which is better?”
The use of an Iron to make our clothes free of wrinkles is necessary for the present day. But it has some certain limitations. You cannot iron silk, lighter fabric, or a printed t-shirt easily with it. Therefore, if you try without proper procedures, your cloth might get damaged. Steam irons clear out any of such wrinkle/ crease very efficiently. Likewise, these also have so many over dry irons.