In my never-ending quest to find a small, versatile iron that gets nice and HOT, I've discovered the Clover Wedge iron. Like the SteamFast, it's perfect for pressing my applique and piecing projects. This iron doesn't have a water reservoir, so it only requires 80 Watts to power it, and it still gets nice and hot. In comparison, a standard steam iron requires 1200-1800 Watts for power. For one steam iron, you could power 15-20 of the Cover Wedge Irons, and without blowing a fuse!
From the manufacturer:
The Wedge Iron has flat soleplate surface with no steam holes, then tapers to a fine point for ease of ironing seams and difficult to reach areas. Soft handle allows for a comfortable grip. Temperature dial is large and easy to set. Includes a small spray bottle for controlled moisture and steam where needed. This dry iron is safe to use on water sensitive fabrics such as silk.
SPECS: 80 Watts / 1 minute heating time / Product weight is approx. 1 lb / Product dimensions are 6.75” depth by 2.5” wide by 3.5” tall / 6 ft cord / 2-pin Polarized plug type / 60HZ, 120V
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