What Is a Pressing Cloth?

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A pressing cloth is a piece of cotton, linen, or wool cloth used to protect the garment from steam and/or heat when pressing during construction. It is placed between the iron and the garment being pressed.
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A pressing cloth is a good alternative to steam when you want to control the amount of moisture and try to shape or finish your garment nicely. Steam can sometimes be too much. With a press cloth you can dampen, dry press, and allow cooling before moving on to a new area. There are purchase press cloths available but its simple to make your own. White or natural fabric is best, cotton or linen.
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A cotton press cloth is made from 100 percent high-count cotton cloth. The cloth is a natural fiber and moisture absorbent. The size is generally the 24 inches by 14 inches, allowing
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to dry the cloth. (that's what you do in the old days!
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also clothes press (klōz'prĕs', klōTHz'-) n. A chest, closet, or wardrobe in which clothes are kept.
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A press cloth (noun) is a cloth used between an iron and a garment. A 100% cotton towel,
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