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    Louise Davis
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    This may sound stupid but can anyone tell me a good sturdy ironing board

    and where I could purchase it? Louise












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    Teri Woods
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    Well, it all depends on what you are using an ironing board for. If it is just

    for ironing clothes, you can find them at Walmart or other discount store. If

    you are looking for a more high end board, I suggest going to a fabric store or

    quilt shop. In a quilt shop you are more likely to find ironing blankets, pads

    you can put on a counter and iron on. Quilters don't use the pointy end of an

    ironing board (generally). Otherwise, try thrift stores.



    Teri Woods

    Wife of 1 and Mother of 5



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  3. #3
    Tracy Loyd
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    Louise,







    There are lots of "models" of ironing boards.







    I personally have 2.



    One is the standard freestanding. I received it as a wedding gift 33 years

    ago. It still works fine. I have seen this type at stores like Walmart,

    Target, etc.







    The other one I have is smaller. It's in a cabinet, built into the wall. I

    love this one. It has an outlet in the cabinet. I can store the iron in

    there also. It is mounted between 2 studs in the wall. I have this one in my

    laundry/sewing room. It's very convenient. I purchased this at Home Depot.







    I actually use both. I do use the smaller one more often. It's simply more

    convenient.







    Now, if we want to get into the discussion about irons..that's a whole ball

    of wax in itself.







    Tracy







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    This may sound stupid but can anyone tell me a good sturdy ironing board

    and where I could purchase it? Louise











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    Carrie
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    I bought mine from Walmart. I like it because the feet are in a T instead of a V

    so I am able to hang mine in a holder on the wall. I keep it behind the laundry

    room door. The holder also holds the iron.

    Carrie



    Louise Davis <lulu@lgcy.com> wrote: This may sound

    stupid but can anyone tell me a good sturdy ironing board

    and where I could purchase it?













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    tsni843@aol.com
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    I have two ironing boards. One I had before we were married, think was my

    Moms, so am guessing the thing is about 45 years old. It is a free standing one

    and folds up. Is really pretty heavy and my dog goes nuts whenever I set it

    up and take it down. I guess is the sound. I have a light weight one my dil

    gave me. I keep one by the washer and one in closet off bedroom. I can iron

    wherever I feel like it.



    Nadine





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