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    Philips 2500W PerfectCare Steam Iron GC3920/20

    R 1,799.00 R 1,099.00

    Philips 3000 Series Steam Iron DST3011/20

    R 719.00 R 649.00

    Russell Hobbs 2600W Prime Max Steam Iron RHI826P

    R 799.00

    Philips PerfectCare 2500 W Steam Iron GC3925/30

    R 1,999.00 R 1,199.00

    Russell Hobbs Easy Glide One Temperature Iron 25090ZA

    R 999.00 R 899.00

    Taurus Iron Steam Dry Ceramic Green 800-1150w Easy Travel

    R 479.00

    Russell Hobbs Vapor Excel Iron RHI931

    R 649.00

    Bennett Read 2200W Powerglide Steam Iron HIR205

    R 299.95

    Kenwood Steam Iron 1100W Blue STP01.000WB

    R 299.00

    Mc Thompson Teflon Ironing Shoe ES85AF

    R 299.00 R 269.00

    Sunbeam Dry/Steam Spray Iron - SSI-201

    R 229.00

    Defy 2200W Ceramic Soleplate Steam Iron SI 3122 GW

    R 649.00

    Russells Hobbs Pro-Glide Steam Iron RHI400

    R 379.00

    Russell Hobbs 2200W Powerglide Xl Iron RHI002

    R 699.00 R 599.00

    Philips 3000 Series Handheld Steamer 1000W White STH3020/10

    R 1,019.00

    Philips Stand Steamer 3000 Series Standing Steamer With Tiltable Styleboard STE3160/30

    R 3,299.00

    Beko 3000W Dragon Future Steam Iron SPA9130B

    R 1,699.00

    Sunbeam Steam Iron SSS-300C

    R 329.00

    Sunbeam Garment Steamer SGS-800

    R 259.00

    Mellerware Iron Steam Dry Spray Ceramic Cobalt 2000W Blaze Ii 23200A

    R 399.00

    Philips 1000 Series Steam Iron DST1030/20

    R 599.00 R 299.00

    Beko 2400W Dragon Steam Iron SIM5124A

    R 949.00

    Defy 1750W Ceramic Soleplate Steam Iron SI8059 A1

    R 389.00

    Russell Hobbs 2400W Freedom Cordless Iron 23300

    R 1,099.00

    Mellerware 1400w Vapour Non Stick Steam Iron 23140

    R 299.00

    Beko Steam Iron 2600W SIM3126

    R 479.00

    Beko Steam Iron 2200W SIM3122

    R 499.00

    Singer SteamWorks Classic Garment Steamer Blue SWCV3.02ZA

    R 1,999.00 R 1,399.00

    Sunbeam Ultimum Steam Press Stand SUSP-STAND

    R 849.00

    Goldair Dry Steam Spray Surge Iron GSSS-2059

    R 399.00

    Goldair Dry Steam Spray Surge Vertical Steam Iron GSSS-2063

    R 389.00

    Goldair Dry Steam Spray Surge Iron GSSS-803

    R 349.00

    Goldair Dry Steam Spray Surge Iron GSSS-178

    R 319.00

    Sunbeam Steam Spray and Surge Iron SSS-218

    R 289.00

    Russell Hobbs Supreme Glide Iron RHI2010BL

    R 339.00

    Russell Hobbs Pearl Glide Iron 23972ZA

    R 699.00 R 529.00

    Kenwood 2200W Steam Iron STP61.000PW

    R 499.00 R 459.00

    Taurus Iron Steam Dry Spray Titanium Black 350Ml 2700W Geyser Eco 2700 918784

    R 1,199.00

    Taurus Iron Steam Dry Spray Ceramic Black 275Ml 2600W Atlas 2600 918689

    R 899.00

    Bennett Read 2200W Steam Iron HIR202

    R 499.95

    Defy 2200w Steam Iron SI2322CX

    R 369.00

    Philipps Series 1000 Handheld Steamer STH1000/10

    R 549.00 R 499.00

    Russell Hobbs Crease Control Steam Iron RHI225

    R 449.00

    Sunbeam Ultimum Steam Spray Surge Iron SUSS-2200

    R 349.00

    Quality Electric Irons for Sale Online

    Shop our range of electric irons for sale at MHC World. Buy online and receive free delivery over R3500 & within a 30km radius from our store.

    Apart from our electric irons for sale, we also offer Kettles, food processors, coffee makers and grinders.

    What Is an Electric Iron

    An electric iron is a heating appliance used to remove wrinkles from clothes.

    It consists of a metal soleplate that is heated by electricity and a handle that is used to guide the iron over the fabric.

    Electric irons are available in a variety of styles, but they all work in essentially the same way.


    How Does an Electric Iron Work

    When you plug in an electric iron, the electricity flows through a heating element that is located inside the soleplate.

    This heats the soleplate to a high temperature, which is then transferred to the fabric when you iron it.

    The heat from the iron causes the water molecules in the fabric to evaporate, which removes the wrinkles.


    The History of Electric Irons

    The first electric irons were invented in the late 1800s. These early irons were very heavy and difficult to use. They also had a tendency to overheat and burn clothes.

    In the early 1900s, electric irons with thermostats were invented. These irons were much easier to use and safer than the early irons. They also had a wider range of heat settings, which allowed users to choose the right temperature for the fabric they were ironing.

    More recently, cordless electric irons were invented. Cordless irons were even more convenient to use than corded irons, and they quickly became the standard for electric irons.

    Today, there are a wide variety of electric irons available on the market. Electric irons range in price from affordable to expensive. There are also electric irons that are designed for specific purposes, such as ironing delicate fabrics or steaming clothes.


    Benefits of an Electric Iron

    There are several benefits to using an electric iron:

    • Electric irons are very effective at removing wrinkles from clothes.
    • The heat from the iron can also help to sanitize clothes by killing bacteria and germs.
    • Electric irons can also be used to sharpen creases in pants and other garments.
    • Electric irons are relatively easy to use, even for beginners.
    • Electric irons are relatively affordable, especially when compared to the cost of taking clothes to the dry cleaners or a laundromat.
    • Electric irons are durable and can last for many years with proper care.


    Disadvantages of an Electric Iron

    There are also a few disadvantages to using electric irons:

    • Electric irons can be dangerous if not used properly. It is important to read the instructions carefully and to follow safety precautions.
    • Electric irons can damage clothes if they are used at too high of a temperature. It is important to choose the right temperature setting for the fabric you are ironing.
    • Ironing clothes can still be a time-consuming process, especially if you have a lot of clothes to iron. Then it might have been less time consuming to have it done for you.
    • Some electric irons can be expensive, especially high-end models.


    Why an Electric Iron Is an Essential Piece of Equipment in the Home

    If you have clothes that need to be ironed, then you should consider buying an electric iron. Electric irons are also a good option for people who want to save money on dry cleaning.

    An electric iron can be used to iron clothes for work, school, or special occasions. They can also be used to iron bedding, towels, and other household items.


    Different Types/Styles of Electric Irons

    There are a variety of different types and styles of electric irons available on the market:

    • Steam irons: Steam irons use steam to remove wrinkles from clothes. Steam irons are the most common type of electric iron.
    • Dry irons: Dry irons do not use steam. They are typically less expensive than steam irons, but they are not as effective at removing wrinkles.
    • Travel irons: Travel irons are small and lightweight, making them ideal for travel.
    • Cordless irons: Cordless irons are convenient to use because they do not have a cord. However, they can be more expensive than corded irons and may not have as much power.


    What Is the Lifespan of an Electric Iron and How Can You Extend It

    The lifespan of an electric iron will vary depending on the brand, model, and how well it is cared for. However, most electric irons should last for at least a few years.

    To extend the lifespan of your electric iron, follow the cleaning and care instructions mentioned below.

    How to Clean and Care for Your Electric Iron

    To clean and care for your electric iron, follow these steps:

    • Unplug the iron and let it cool completely.
    • Wipe the soleplate with a damp cloth.
    • If there is any stubborn build-up on the soleplate, you can use a mild soap or detergent.
    • Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as these can damage the soleplate.
    • Use a cotton swab to clean the steam vents.
    • Empty the water reservoir after each use.
    • Store the iron upright in a cool, dry place.


    What to Consider When Buying an Electric Iron

    When you want to buy an electric iron, consider the following:

    • Purchase the type of iron that is right for you, such as a steam iron, dry iron, travel iron, or cordless iron.
    • The soleplate material is important because it will affect how the iron heats up and distributes heat. Ceramic and ceramic-coated soleplates are the most common types of soleplate material, but there are also stainless steel and titanium soleplates available.
    • Look for an iron with a variety of heat settings so that you can choose the right temperature for the fabric you are ironing.
    • Some steam irons have additional features, such as a burst of steam, vertical steam, and a self-cleaning function. Decide which features are important to you and choose an iron that has them.
    • Electric irons range in price from affordable to expensive. Choose an iron that fits your budget and needs.
    • There are many different brands of electric irons on the market. Purchase a brand that is known for making quality products.
    • Read customer reviews before you buy an electric iron. This will help you to choose an iron that is well-liked by other users.
    • Make sure that the iron comes with a warranty. This will protect you in case the iron breaks or malfunctions.


    Best Brands of Iron available on MHC

    At MHC World you will find all the best and reputable brands of electric irons for sale, including Russell Hobbs, Defy, Philips, Kenwood, Telefunken, Mellerware, and more.

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