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Honey-Can-Do BRD-01350 Over The Door Ironing Board with Folding Design, 42L x 14W
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- Folding design, space-saving storage
- Steel frame, sturdy and rust-resistant
- 100% cotton cover
- Folding space saver
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Honey-Can-Do BRD-01350 Over-the-door Ironing Board, White / Blue. A space-saving ironing board that can be easily hung over any standard door for convenient, yet hidden ironing solution. Smoothly folds up and down and locks when upright for safety. Over-the-door hooks feature cushion bumpers to protect your door from scratches or dents. The ironing surface measures 42"L by 14"W. Overall measurement is 47"L by 17"W. Includes a 7mm foam pad and 100% cotton ironing board cover in blue for a smooth ironing surface. Great for small spaces, easy to use and store quickly.
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Over-the-door ironing board can be easily hung over any standard door for convenience and ease. Folds up and down instantly and locks when upright for safety. Cushion bumpers protect your door. The surface measures 42-Inch by 14-Inch (length by width). Overall measurement is 47-Inch by 17-Inch (length by width). Also includes ironing board cover of 100-Percent cotton backed with 100-Percent foam.
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1. There is an outlet nearby to the door you are planning to hang it on (I realized that my laundry room door is not near any wall outlets to plug an iron into - its behind the machines).
2. The door has enough clearance in front of it to actually use the board - that you can stand to one side - preferably suitable to your dominant hand and ironing position. I like to stand with the rounded end to my left, iron with my right hand, so prefer to stand to the right of the hanging board.
3. The door has enough thickness and height to hang it securely and position it at the right height. I had thought of hanging it on a cabinet door - too thin and too low - the board was below my waist when horizontal.
Luckily for me, the door to my walk-in closet is suitable and there is a wall outlet within reach. But I have to hang it on the inside of the closet when stored, and move it to the outside of the door when I want to use it - otherwise I will be looking at the ugly underside whenever I am in my master bathroom.
The product is as expected. It's for occasional use - not heavy duty. It's lightweight, easily moved about. Stable enough when horizontal - a little springy, but that's to be expected of a cantilevered board. It isn't as stable as a standalone ironing board as far as up and down motion - but can be more stable laterally because its supported by the door.
If they made a higher quality version with some height adjustment, I would probably get that instead. Overall, a decent product for the money and works if the above conditions in your desired installation location works out.
My problem is that I am in a house where the gap between the door and frame is too small, and the door thickness is lacking enough, that prevent the supplied over the door hooks from working. They are so poorly designed that using them would mean this board would just sway as you iron, and many customers have run into this problem.
I found some PVC pipe clamps that are of the exact diameter to pop the ironing board frame into: 20mm Dia PVC Multi-Function Pipe Clamps. Using two of theses at the top and bottom has securely fit this ironing board to the door, and it does not budge when ironing - you will need help aligning the clamps before you screw them into your door.
Too bad the manufacturer hasn't improved their design from their customer feedback, but here's a good solution and I hope it helps - just screw clamps on, pop board in, and iron!
I had to flatten the backs of the hooks with a mallet against a board, so they would lie flat against the wall behind the anchor piece of wood, which is a 2x3 cut to about 18 inches. The anchor board acts as the "door" for the hooks to hang. Then I screwed 2 3" wood screws through the anchors into wall studs (super-important) behind the drywall. The bottom anchor helps the board hang flat, otherwise it will swing a bit while ironing. You could probably clamp the ironing board to the bottom anchor using some electrical conduit clamps from your local hardware store and make it even more stable. Mine bumps around a little, because it is hanging, rather than fixed.