How to Get Glue Off of an Iron

Written by resonna shaw | 13/05/2017

The iron is regularly used for crafts, iron-on patches and for pressing clothes. Overtime glue may adhere to the sole plate of the iron. Some irons have a non-stick coating on the plate to stop the build-up of residue. But, without the non-stick coating of the plate, glue can easily stick to the plate. A little scrubbing can remove the glue from the sole plate of the iron.

Turn on the iron to a medium or high setting.

Dampen a cloth towel. Lay it flat on the ironing board. Rub the hot iron forcefully over the damp cloth. This method should remove most of the residue from the iron.

Unplug the iron from the outlet and let it cool. Take a butter knife and scrape the glue off the iron.

Pour a small amount of cleaning solution, similar to Ajax, in warm water. Put on your gloves and wipe the glue off the iron, using a sponge.

Things you need

  • Damp cloth
  • Ironing board
  • Butter knife
  • Ajax or similar cleaning agent
  • Gloves
  • Sponge

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