Yesterday I introduced a product that helps to lessen the ironing job in half of the time that you usually do it.
So today I might as well share with you how I iron my husband's long sleeve shirts.
However, before we start, make sure that you have a clean workspace such as a laundry room to do your ironing. A clean workspace i.e a clean floor helps.
Please ensure as well that you read the label on the shirts to ensure proper temperature adjustment. If the shirts have different temperature settings, start from the coolest FIRST.
This is the work order of how to iron the shirt.
1.Start with the collar. Iron the outside of the collar first, then proceed to the inside (the one with the label)
2.The shoulder yokes
3.The cuffs and then sleeves
4.The front (I usually start with the ones with the button holes)
5. Proceed to the back
6. The front again (the part with the buttons)
Let the shirt cool off first before wearing them. This helps to "set" the ironing in and wont crease so easily (just like baking, to let it cool on the rack before cutting).