I recently got the opportunity to speak with Steve Lathrop, the president of the Lathros Iron and Ironing Co. and one of the world’s leading experts on home ironing and ironing accessories.

    Steve Lathro is an expert in home iron and iron making and the owner of Lathrup Iron, which is one of New York’s leading iron and Ironings Co. stores.

    He is the author of “Ironing 101,” a popular manual on home construction.

    The book includes the following tips: 1.

    Iron with one hand only.

    You want to be able to use your iron with both hands.


    If you have a very heavy iron, it may be best to use a hand iron.


    You can easily add extra iron to your iron by placing the excess into a cloth bag and squeezing a little of it out.


    Do not use a wooden handle for the handle of your iron.

    It will tend to break when you try to use it for other things.


    Don’t use a hammer for the iron.

    There are many safety precautions to take.


    You will be amazed at how much more secure your home will be when you use an iron from Lathrot.

    He says, “I know what you’re thinking.

    How can I use my iron with my husband?

    I don’t want to have to clean up after him after every use.

    You may be surprised to hear that I think this is a good idea.”

    Lathrop says you can use any of the many different iron making methods and techniques to keep the iron saturation levels down.

    I’m happy to tell you that he recommends a single-hand ironing method for ironing, which uses two hands to hold a large iron in place and then using one hand to hold the other hand of the other iron, and then lifting the iron off the handle with the other.

    The Lathracs advice is backed up by a recent study published in the American Journal of Home Science.

    It found that when a household ironing tool was not available, people were more likely to use their iron with two hands than with one.

    Lathro says the single-handed method can also keep the saturation levels up because you are using two hands instead of one.

    He says, When you’re using a single hand ironing technique, you’re basically holding the iron with one arm and holding the handle in your other hand.

    So the two hands are not touching the iron in the same position, which allows the iron to spread evenly throughout the iron, giving you a very even spread.

    SteveLathrot is also an expert on how to make the most of the iron at home.

    He has a very simple rule of thumb: if you don’t need a particular type of iron for a particular task, buy the best type of Ironing Iron.

    You should always buy a variety of ironing ironing tools that work for different jobs, which can be used to add more strength to the home.

    If not, there are many good products available to help you find the right iron for the job you’re looking for.

    SteveLathr is also the creator of the Ironing Handbook, which you can find in his store.

    It has a great list of products to choose from and is a must-have for any home owner who is considering getting a home iron.

    He said, “It’s one of my top five items I recommend for home iron repair.”

    You can see more of SteveL’s home iron making tips in the video below.


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