This problem is common that while ironing clothes in homes, clothes get stuck in the iron, and this dirt starts increasing slowly. In such a situation, it becomes a problem for everyone how to clean the iron. That is why in today's article we have brought home remedies to clean iron. Let us know about them in detail

1. Use the Right Natural Surface Cleaner

Iron cleaner

Spray the iron's soleplate with Purity Multi-Surface Cleaner. Leave the formula on for 30-60 seconds, then scrub with a clean microfiber towel. It's absolutely easy.

2. Salt and Pepper

How to clean iron

Turn your iron on the hot setting (without steam). Place a piece of newspaper or paper on the ironing board and cover it with a thin layer of salt. When the iron is hot, rub it quickly over the salt -- in a circle -- for a minute. Repeat, refreshing the salt as needed.

Unplug the iron, let it cool, and wipe away the residue with a damp microfiber cloth.

3. Baking Soda

How to clean iron plate

Make a thick paste by mixing 2 parts baking soda with 1 part water. Next, cover the iron plate but avoid covering the steam vents. Scrub with a clean toothbrush and wipe with a damp microfiber cloth.

4. Vinegar and Baking Soda

How to remove burn marks from the iron

Make a paste of equal parts vinegar and baking soda, dip a clean microfiber cloth into the paste, then rub it in small circles on the soleplate.

5. Toothpaste

Remove iron scorch

Using cotton or a towel, rub a small amount of plain, white toothpaste (not gel) onto your iron scorch. Cover only the burn area and wipe with a damp microfiber cloth.

If toothpaste gets into the steam hole, set the iron to steam, and leave it on the ironing board for a few minutes. Press and hold the steam button for 20-30 seconds and wipe off with a damp cloth.

6. Paracetamol

How to clean iron plate

Paracetamol (eg acetaminophen, Tylenol) are handy tips for cleaning a scorched iron.

Elevate your iron, grab a paracetamol tablet with a pair of tweezers, and rub the tablet across the soleplate. Avoid touching the hot spot with tweezers. The tablet should slowly dissolve into a gel. Repeat as many times as necessary, then rub the hot iron on a clean, damp towel.