Hand Iron Creates Steam, Eases Work (Jul, 1938)
Hand Iron Creates Steam, Eases Work
A NEW hand iron, which contains a water chamber from which steam emerges through holes at the tip of the ironing surface, has been developed. Distribution of the steam is said to do away with the need for sprinkling, dampening and rolling the material to be ironed. The iron holds about one pint of water and operates on either AC or DC current.