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Posted on: 5/29/05 9:57 PM
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I use my kitchen sink dish sprayer to fill up my iron. I turn on the faucet less than halfway, just a steady but small stream coming out, this makes the dish sprayer sort of a steady trickle instead of a spray. It's less mess and hassle than filling up a measuring cup with a pour spout like I used to do.

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JO913 said... (9/8/05 10:50 AM) Reply
I fill soda bottles with water, I have 2 in my sewing room. This way I always have water for steaming on hand.
krayez said... (6/9/05 10:14 PM) Reply
That's a great idea. We have sports water bottles sitting around the house. I usually grab an old bottle of water and use it, it works too!
Nancy Anne said... (5/30/05 5:16 PM) Reply
What a great idea! Even with the little container they give me to fill it up, I still have to go back and forth a couple of times to get it full as it doesn't fill it in one shot. (Why do they make it this way?) At any rate, it would be easier to take it to the sink once than to go back and forth with the filler two or three times.
 
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