Tesco Ironing Water Reviews
Product Type: Tesco household products
Newest Review: ... that comes "free" but its much better to purchase this. This ironing water from Tesco comes in a big 1 litre ... more
Customer Tesco Ironing Water Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/03/13 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I don't really enjoy ironing but its something that I have to do if I want my husband and kids and myself to look nice in our clothes. I often iron my husbands work shirts and a lot of my kids clothes and one thing that makes it easier is by using ironing water. Ironing water really helps to iron out creases better than if you don't use it and what I also like about it is that it has a nice smell which it transfers onto the clothes and makes them smell nice and fresh too. If you spend a lot of timing ironing a shirt and then it looks and feels really stiff and not very ironied at all I think it s a complete waste of time. I never iron without ironing water now ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/12 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Ironing water is something that I only just discovered a couple of years ago. Before that I had no idea that there was even such a thing and I used to add a couple of drops of essential oil to the water in my iron to try and scent my clothes. When I discovered that I could actually buy water that was designed to be used in my iron to fragrance fabrics I started using that instead as it seemed a much better idea to use something that was especially designed to be used with irons and fabrics instead of just adding random oils to the water. I probably wouldn't use ironing water if it was really expensive as I would consider it an unnecessary luxury ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/12, updated on 22/05/12 (Useful, 46 readings)
I have been using ironing water for a while instead of using normal water in the iron as we have very hard water in our house and i did not want that clogging up the iron. Tesco do ironing water in 1 litre bottles for about 80p, i have seen it in 2 fragrances in a pink bottle and blue, although they do have different smells they are equally as pleasant. My washing was not smelling very fresh after being dried indoors due to rubbish weather, so the ironing water injects a new fresh fragrance into it, even washing that has been line dried outside it's nice to have it smelling fresh from the ironing. Easy to use you just pour into the iron what you need and ... Read the complete review
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