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Household Essentials Tabletop Sleeve Ironing Board with Steel Top
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- 44% pressboard/21% aluminum/5% cloth/5% plastic/5% padding
- Steel top sleeve ironing board with tapered design for flawless lines and is ideal for pressing sleeves or quick touch-ups
- No-scuff leg caps protect surfaces
- Folds flat for space-saving storage
- 100Percent Cotton cover and foam pad is safe for use with steam irons
- Measures 4.625 inches high by 4.5 inches wide by 20 inches deep
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Top Customer Reviews
The cutting board is just over 20 inches long and is 4 1/2 inches wide for about 12 inches and then tapers down to 2 and a quarter inches. It stands 4 1/2 inches tall and locks into position. All metal parts with a decent cotton cover.
This is because the mechanism that locks into place is simple & sturdy but, by necessity of design, it blocks the lower side of the sleeve at about 14". All my long sleeve shirts are much longer than that.
So I have to press half the shirt sleeve - then collapse the board & slide the whole thing into the sleeve. Using a tailor's ham for the shoulder and upper half of the sleeve would work too. They do sell some sleeve presses that are more of a U design without the impediment. However, they are not collapsable and they are much more expensive than this one, which was $9.99 when I purchased it.
I am still giving this mini-ironing board 4 stars because the one I received was very well made. Some reviewers said that the ironing surface of their's was made from particle board covered by the padding & cloth cover. Mine is not -- it is made of powder coated metal -- the same as the legs as you can see in the photo. The piece that locks the hinge into place is unpainted polished steel. The main metal surface of the board is perforated with holes approx. 5 cm. in diameter very much like my full-sized board. It has foam padding & a cotton drawstring cover.
Another common complaint is it that it is too small. The dimensions are clearly stated in the description: 4.5"W x 20"D x 4.625"H. It may be small but it is not misleading.
When open & locked into position there is virtually no flex to the board. It is quite sturdy. It collapses easily & takes very little space to store.Read more ›
The downside would probably be the padding. It's pretty thin to where you can really feel the metal underneath it when ironing.
When ironing a sleeve, you can probably fit a good 13"-14" of your sleeve onto the board before hitting the metal bar underneath the board. Overall ironing surface length is approximately 20", and 4-3/4" width, with a height of approximately 4".
I would've given a solid 5 stars if it weren't for the thin pad. If I could give it 4-1/2 stars, I would, even with its thin pad.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It does what it's supposed to. I haven't had it very long but it seems well built. I know I read some complaints about it being flimsy but if your iron is hot enough you really... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mizael
I bought this to be able to iron my infant daughter's clothes as I make them. It is so much easier to slide small bits of fabric over this sleeve than it is to use even a travel... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Joyce
I never write bad reviews but I'm making an exception. I'm 100% certain this ironing board is not meant to be used! Read morePublished 26 days ago by Bethap916