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Cleaning Hacks: How to Cheat at Ironing

You all know how much I hate ironing, but sometimes, ya just gotta make it happen. Here’s a super quick little cleaning hack that will get your wrinkled shirts looking spiffy in a jiffy!

Cleaning hack: use a straightening iron to smooth out wrinkled shirts in a flash!

Yes, that IS a straightening iron!

how to cheat at ironing: use a flat iron!

How to Cheat at Ironing:

If you just have one shirt that needs a little bit of love, you don’t need to drag out your ironing board & spend twenty minutes making it look perfect. Just grab your little straightening iron & focus on cleaning up the worst parts!

  • Use a little bit of wrinkle spray to get the worst of it if it’s really rough
  • Make sure there isn’t any hair product on the iron
  • Smooth out the most noticeable details (collar, button, etc.)
  • Feel like a genius & conquer the rest of your day!

BONUS: I like to save even more time by using this trick on days when I straighten my hair since the iron is already hot!

How do you “cheat” on your cleaning routines??

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7 comments on “Cleaning Hacks: How to Cheat at Ironing
  1. annie @ anniehearts.com says:

    Brilliant! I can do my hair AND my clothes at the same time. Love it!

    Annie XO

  2. Carol Sue says:

    If you are worried about hair product on the flat iron, make little sleeves from cotton fabric and slip over the ends. Then you have a little ironing cloth, protect those clothes just in case.

  3. Kris says:

    This is a day late. I needed this tip this morning. Oh but I plan to use it in the future.

    • Casey says:

      Lol too funny, Kris!! You travel so much — I can see you getting one of those little flat irons that plug into the car & straightening your collar at red lights. Like a BOSS. ;)

  4. Erin@Managing the Manor says:

    I had to comment on this, because I totally did this today! It worked like a charm. Beats the heck out of busting out the iron and board! :)

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