You will need
- an Ironing Board;
- - iron
- - shirt.
Set up your work space. Check that the Ironing Board was smooth and without deformation.
Select the shirt, the sleeves of which will be ironed. Remember that the fabric from which to sew a shirt, plays a very important role in the process of Ironing. If the clothes are made from cotton, then heat the iron up to 150 degrees, if the shirt is linen, warm to 220 degrees, and if from the polyester, up to a maximum of 110 degrees. Also a cotton shirt and polyester to stroke a lot easier than from flax.
Check the condition of the fabric of the sleeveless shirt. If the fabric is dry, iron it will be difficult. In this case, just spray the sleeve with water or use steam on top of the handle of the iron.
Start smoothing sleeveless shirt. First, slide the iron on the inner side of the cuffs. Flip the shirt and iron the outside cuff. Please note that the fabric on the cuffs is more dense, so one stroking is not enough. If the sleeves are made for cufflinks, then iron the cuffs unfolded, and then fold and once again walk the iron from the front side.
For Ironing the main part of the sleeves take a special small Ironing Board. Put the sleeve on the Board in turns then outer, then inner side. Thus, paving one way you don't mash the second.
If the special Ironing Board is missing, put the sleeve on the surface of a Board, seam up. Iron, do not pull the fabric strongly, so she stretched and looked deformed. Now flip the sleeve so that the seam was on the side. Again iron. Very good smooth upper bound sleeves. It will be "arrows". Place the sleeve of shirt cuff buttoned up. Do the final run with an iron, well carefully between the buttons.
When Ironing the front side on dark fabrics can stay shiny strip, but if you need to iron the shirt with the front side, then use steam, lightly touching the product with iron. In addition, the back should be ironed and shirts of shiny fabrics, so they are not faded.
First give more detail with less area. Try to iron along equity lines, to avoid stretching the fabric. The first thing ironed collar, with stand