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Ironing Services in KL & Selangor
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- Can handle different types of linen and clothing
- Accommodates bulk laundry orders
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Clothes, Shirt Ironing Services in KL, Penang
Ironing is a process of using a heated iron to press the clothes to get rid of any crinkles and creases that may have been formed in the fabric due to use or washing. Ironing uses the heat of the iron to loosen up the bonds in the chain-like polymer molecules in the material and making them more straightly aligned by pressing down with the weight of the iron. When the material cools down, it remains in this new shape and becomes perfectly smoothed out.
Why do we iron your clothes?
Most clothes need to be ironed to resume their look of being new. Unlike certain blends of fabric, most natural fibers tend to get dimorphic when they are worn. The long polymer chains are distorted, giving way to a crinkled and messy appearance. Ironing can help you to get rid of any types of crinkles in your clothes, but it is not an easy thing to do. Ironing requires knowledge of the particular temperatures that particular fabrics require, since at higher temperatures, it can ruin the material, urn it straight or produce lint, that makes clothes look dull and lifeless as well as a knowledge of the proper folds that need to fall naturally on the fabric so that it looks proper. Most people mess up formal clothes while trying to iron at home as they are not aware of the particular folds that fall on any piece of clothing naturally. With our expert services, you can ensure that you look professional always with perfectly ironed clothes.
What are the different temperatures that you need for different fabrics:
|Cotton||204 °C / 400 °F|
|Linen||230 °C / 445 °F|
|Wool||148 °C / 300 °F|
|Polyester||148 °C / 300 °F|
|Silk||148 °C / 300 °F|