Your iron can be used for dry ironing. Set the
to ‘O’ and set the temperature
(see ‘Temperature Guide’ on
You won’t need water in the tank unless using
the water spray or steam boost features
Vertical steam is useful for removing creases
from hanging clothes, curtains, etc. Hold the iron
between 1cm and 2cm away from the item and
press the steam boost button
No drip system
This prevents water escaping from the soleplate
when the iron is too cold.
During use, the no drip system may emit a loud
click, particularly during heat-up or whilst
cooling down. This is perfectly normal and
indicates that the system is functioning correctly
Life long anti-scale system (certain
This system reduces scale deposits and helps
prolong the life of the iron
Auto shut-off (certain models only)
The iron will automatically shut down if
stationary in the horizontal position for 1 minute,
or the vertical position for 8 minutes.
The auto shut-off indicator
Gently shake the iron to reactivate. The
temperature indicator light
will come on. Wait
for the iron to heat-up and continue ironing
Features of your iron
To clean a stainless steel soleplate
We recommend using a generally available
gentle chrome, silver or stainless steel cleaner.
Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
To clean a coated soleplate
Do not use scouring powder or solution as this
could cause damage to the coating.
To clean either soleplate type
If any man-made fibres fuse to the soleplate (7),
set the iron at the 3-dot position for a stainless
steel soleplate, or MAX position for a coated
soleplate, and pass it over a clean piece of
cotton to draw the deposit off the surface.
To clean the exterior
Allow the unit to cool and wipe over with a damp
cloth and mild detergent, then wipe dry.
When you have finished ironing, unplug and
empty all water from your iron and set the steam
switch at the ‘O’ position. When cool, store the
iron on its heel with the cord wrapped loosely
around the heel.
Emptying and storingMaintenance