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Appliances: steamer, iron, ironing board

Discussion in '2011-2017 Other' started by IB240996, Jan 26, 2013.

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  1. IB240996

    IB240996 Senior member

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    Posting this here just in case any locals are interested. I always iron my own shirts and just recently upgraded to a different board and a steam iron so I no longer need these.

    1. good quality, large ironing board, needs new cover:
    63" overall length, 51 1/2" board length, 18" wide, 37" maximum width
    This is a very good, sturdy ironing board, which has served me well for approximately 10 years. It isn't perfect anymore and definitely needs a new cover but it still functions perfectly well. Heavy-duty covers are available from amazon - Polder item IBC-9451 should work.
    Made in Italy.
    Asking $45 obo

    2. good quality iron:
    Rowenta DX8800 iron - old but good! Used regularly over the years without problems. Works great. I always use a sprayer bottle, never the internal water tank; great for ironing, not for steaming.
    Made in Germany.
    Asking $40 obo

    3. dedicated stand-up steamer:
    Smartek ST-X2 professional garment steamer - I've used this a half a dozen times since I purchased it. It's been taking up space and needs to go. Large water tank, long steamer hose, plenty of power. Excellent condition.
    Made in China.
    Asking $40 obo

    I also have an old Dirt Devil bagged upright vacuum in case anyone's interested. It's loud but works fine. $20

    I'm in Brooklyn.

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