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Energy saving alternatives to
using an iron.

Discover how to iron your clothes without using electricity so you can save.

Making changes to your daily routine can have a big impact on your energy bills. A simple way to lower your energy usage is by using alternatives to ironing that don't require electricity. One way to do this is by hanging your shirts or other garments up in the bathroom when you shower to allow the shower steam to soften the fibres and release stubborn wrinkles.

When buying new clothes, it's helpful to choose certain wrinkle resistant fabrics. Thin cotton is a good option as it creases less than thicker cotton. Additionally, fabrics like polyester, wool, and denim blends are wrinkle resistant and don't often require ironing.

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