Dritz Iron-Off Hot Iron Cleaner – A Review | Quilts By Jen by Carla A. Canonico August 25, 2015 written by Carla A. Canonico August 25, 2015 478 Dritz Iron-Off Hot Iron Cleaner – A Review | Quilts By Jen Hey Everyone, welcome back to Cool Tool Thursday. My iron has never been such a mess. I am always so careful to use pressing cloths and Teflon sheets for applique and other fusible products to keep all that nasty glue and gunk off my iron. Well, I was making a memory quilt last week and I didn’t use a pressing sheet to apply the fusible interfacing. The results of not using a pressing sheet look like this. Print this page or save as a PDF FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditWhatsappTelegramEmail Carla A. Canonico Carla A. Canonico is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of A Needle Pulling Thread Magazine, QUILTsocial.com, and KNITmuch.com. previous post Brother Scan N Cut for Applique | Kathy K. Wylie Quilts next post Applique – a quiet project a new skill | she can quilt YOU MAY ALSO LIKE... Stitch regulation on the PFAFF powerquilter 1600 Don’t miss it! Courtepointe Québec celebrates its quilting... Finishing a quilt block to size: Here’s what... Half filled bobbins and spools: what are they... Twin needles: the smart way to store them The hardest part about making a memory quilt:... How sock hangers ‘work’ in your quilting space Don’t throw away those leftover fabric binding strips The best way to organize your sewing machine... 1 comment Kathy September 14, 2015 - 10:57 am It’s nice to know there is a product like this, although it’s too bad the whole tube of cleaner was needed to do the job. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.