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Miele B 890 Rotary Ironer (ironing machine). - $1000 (La Jolla, CA)
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|Post# 982574   2/13/2018 at 02:09 by stricklybojack (San Diego, CA)  || |
Can't swing a dead cat and not hit one of these ;-]
NEW Miele B 890 Rotary Ironer (ironing machine).
This new ironing machine was purchased for our household but we never had a chance to use it.
New without packaging. Sitting in our laundry room.
This modern ironer of Miele is fitted with all imaginable functions. In oder to ensure a quick operation, this compact ironer is fitted with an aluminium ironing shoe. It is recommended for both business and domestic application.
one central temperature controller regulates the whole aluminium ironing shoe
speed control to accelerate the roller
finished work is automatically fed through onto the laundry table below the roller in soft folds to ensure that it remains creasefree
enough free space for you legs to iron more comfortable
clearly arranged control panel
rotary iron is fitted with an automatic protection switch, which prevents damage to articles just being ironed in the case of an electricity failure
one freely adjustable temperature selector work on the heating zones
aluminium ironing shoe heats up quicker than other materials
speed control to adjust the right working speed via control panel
Folded: (Width x Height x Depth): 20 x 41 x 15 [inch]
Ready for use: (Width x Height x Depth): 39 x 38 x 15 [inch]
Weight: ca. 15 [lb]
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|Post# 982591 , Reply# 1   2/13/2018 at 06:58 by Launderess (Quiet Please, There´s a Lady on Stage)  || |
Domestic rotary irons/mangles have been something that feel between absolute necessity to neither use nor ornament.
Suppose in early part of last century when nearly everything had to be ironed from flatwork (bed, bath and table linens) to personal items from undergarments to clothing, an ironer made sense. It certainly could save on work for Her Indoors or whoever was doing laundry. That and or it cut down on laundry bills as less things had to be sent out.
Being as all this may the things by 1940's or post war era never fully caught on IIRC. With the tumble dryer becoming a household staple along with changes in changes in standards of living, and new modern fabrics, ironing in general fell by the wayside. In most homes the things that still need to be ironed are usually men's dress shirts, and they are often sent out.