CLEANING AND CARE
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CLEANING OUTSIDE SURFACES
Make sure the iron is unplugged and has completely cooled.
Wipe the soleplate and outer surface with soft, damp cloth. Water
and small amounts of gentle household soaps, such as dishwashing
liquid, can be used. Never use heavy-duty cleaners, vinegar or
abrasive scouring pads that may scratch or discolor the iron.
After the iron has been thoroughly dried, turn the iron back on and
lightly steam over an old cloth. This will help remove any reside left in
When finished cleaning, turn iron off and allow time to cool before
For optimal results over time, it is recommended that you clean your iron
about once a month to keep the steam vents free of build up.
Fill the water tank well below the MAX fill line. Plug in the iron.
Select the Cotton Fabric setting (Number 4) on the Temp dial and
stand the iron on its heel while it preheats.
Once the iron has reached the desired temperature; turn it off and
then unplug it from the outlet.
Hold iron over a sink with the soleplate facing down.
Move the variable steam dial over to the AutoClean™ setting
and hold it in that position. Be careful, as hot water and steam will
come out of the vents.
Continue to hold the dial in the position until all of the water has
emptied. If necessary, move the iron side-to-side and front-to-back to
aid the process.
When finished, release the dial from the AutoClean™ position and
place the iron on its heel rest.
Plug the iron back in and allow it to heat for about 2 minutes to dry
out any remaining water.
STORING YOUR IRON
Once the iron is turned off and unplugged from the outlet, allow it
Check that the variable steam dial is set to dry.
Wrap the cord loosely around the iron.
Store vertically on its heel to prevent water leaking from the soleplate.