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Then press it on with a moderately heated clothes iron.
In the 19th century clothes iron were also produced.
The package turned out to contain a clothes iron.
Jura used to be well known as a producer of other home appliances too, especially clothes irons.
I had read somewhere about his uncommon habit of converting old clothes irons into sculpture.
Clothes irons turn themselves off if left unattended.
The roughly 1 200 m-long wall encloses the historical town centre and is shaped like a clothes iron.
Standing on these boards are totemic figures assembled from pieces of demolished clothes irons.
A hot object such as a clothes iron is applied to the veneer, liquefying the underlying glue.
The term is a neologism, created by Victorian antiquarians due to the shape's resemblance to a clothes iron.
Clothes irons are an inexpensive alternative to a special purpose waxing iron but are not recommended.
It is cooked on a comal with a hot piece of metal placed on top that resembles a clothes iron.
To apply heat-sensitive tape, position the tape along a panel's edge, then press it down with an ordinary clothes iron set on medium heat.
This room contains laundry equipment such as a washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing boards and clothes iron.
Following this, Omaima stabbed Bill with scissors, then began beating him with a clothes iron.
A clothes iron comes with this caution: "Warning: Never iron clothes on the body."
As with numerous other wedge-shaped buildings, the name "Flatiron" derives from its resemblance to a cast-iron clothes iron.
In addition to lighting I have seen many different appliances on sale: ventilating fans, clothes irons, room heaters, even an electrically driven hairbrush!
In front of canvases patterned with the burned-in traces of a clothes iron are rudely constructed, make-believe ironing boards.
Clothes irons suffer from relatively thin bases that tend to poorly distribute heat and low quality temperature control which can result in wide temperature variations during application.
Hide glue softens easily when dampened or heated, and regluing the lifted veneer is sometimes possible by carefully applying moisture and heat with a clothes iron.
Deionized water is useful for preventing deposits in appliances such as clothes irons where water is evaporated concentrating any non-volatile ions like calcium, magnesium, or iron.
Initial critical reaction in conservative Soviet media was mixed; a newspaper parody article joked that "Mescherin makes clothes irons play Tchaikovsky's Concerto No. 1".
Minor refinements of ancient techniques, including tearing out fingernails and toenails with iron appliances and burning the soles of the feet with clothes irons, are also widely applied.
In "Death by Ironing," for example, she appears in a tutulike skirt and holding a broom and feather duster, with the cord of a clothes iron wrapped around her neck.
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