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Date: 11/25/12 3:41 PM

I currently iron on floor with towels and it's a real pain.

I like this but I wish it was longer. It seems sturdy enough
and Has A Handy Retractable Dual-Sided Iron Rest.
Includes Built-In Sleeve Board And A Tapered Ironing Surface.

http://www.amazon.com/Sewers-Reversible-Tabletop-Ironing-Board/dp/B001FBGCU0/ref=cm_rdp_product

Plus it's made right here in the USA .clarUSA is a family-owned business, based in an all-American community in Eastern Pennsylvania. They share their community with Mennonite friends, who mostly live a more simple life and who are both expert seamstresses and craftsmen. Most of ClarUSA's products are made right in their community & they proudly say 'Made in the USA'!.

http://www.shop-at-usa.com/brands/ClarUSA.html



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Date: 11/25/12 6:46 PM

I seriously thought of getting one of those, and for some reason passed it by. Maybe because I'd have to find a place to store it.

But thanks so much for the info about this site and that board! Now with better pictures, I can get a better idea of what it's like.

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Date: 11/26/12 1:37 AM

That's a cool site. I like the wooden pie server! I may have to consider ordering a drawstring cover- liked it so much better than my newer elastic one.

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Date: 11/26/12 1:58 PM

I have this ironing board to take to classes. It's very sturdy and gives you a larger surface area to iron on compared to other portable ironing boards. There is a hanger to hang it but I have not been able to find a place where I can hang it.

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Date: 11/26/12 3:04 PM

Rainer, I have an ironing board like this which I purchased at Costco, but it just has a plain cover on both sides. I find it is really handy because I can keep it set up next to my sewing machine and can press as I sew and don't need to get out my full sized board.

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Date: 11/26/12 4:12 PM

Thanks for all the replies.

I think I will order it and sure it will come in handy.

I can always hang it behind a door when it needs to be put away plus it's handy to get at at.

Like Brine suggested I can just keep it under my coffee table where my sewing machines are when sewing and put behind door when not sewing.

Thanks !

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Date: 11/29/12 8:39 AM

That's a lot of money for an ironing board. Is it just that you don't have room for a full-sized one? It would be a whole heckuva lot cheaper!

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Date: 11/29/12 3:53 PM

I have no room for a full size board and it will just make things more cluttered . I have no room in closets for a full board
and it would have to be in a corner out in the open.

With this board being it's not long I can just slide it under something or hang behind door .
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Date: 11/29/12 4:32 PM

That looks like a nifty little ironing board. I think it would be well worth the cost.

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