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What is a sleeve board for?

: a small ironing board for pressing sleeves.

When would you use a sleeve board?

The third item – the sleeve board – is useful for ironing sleeves or getting to hard-to-reach places (it’s also great for pressing seams if you sew). It’s similar to an ironing board, but it’s smaller and narrower. This allows you to slip your sleeve through and rotate it after each side has been ironed.

What is sleeve ironing board?

A sleeve ironing board is a special kind of ironing board that is used specifically to iron the sleeves of shirts. This allows the sleeve of a shirt to be fitted over the board so that it can be ironed with ease.

Do you need a sleeve board?

However, for many garments like women’s dresses or jackets, you don’t want a crease detracting from the line of the garment. That’s why you need a sleeve ironing board. It is essentially a miniature ironing board that has a raised pressing area so you can slip a long sleeve over the pressing surface.

What is a pressing mitt?

Pressing Mitt: a mitten like tool that helps in pressing very tight curves and hard to reach places. You can use your hand to help make the shape you need, but you are protected from the heat and steam of the iron. An oven mitt works well too as long as there isn’t grease all over it.

What can you use if you don’t have a sleeve board?

If you don’t wish to purchase a sleeve board, you use a padded seam roll to slip inside a sleeve during pressing. The seam roll is a bit more awkward to use, but it will work to prevent creases.

How do you press sleeves?

When ironing a dress shirt sleeve, it is easiest to line up the bottom seam of the sleeve and press it from the seam to the top of the shirt using firm pressure. If the iron is hot enough and the shirt is slightly damp, you will end up with a beautiful crease at the top of the sleeve, opposite of the sleeve’s seam.

What is the purpose of a pressing cloth?

A good pressing cloth is a necessity. It keeps your iron from contact with your fabric to avoid scorching, shiny spots and little stains. It also protects your iron when you use any type iron-on or fusible interfacing.

What are the tools for pressing?

7 tools for professional pressing

  • Ironing Board.
  • Steam Iron.
  • Clapper and the Point Presser.
  • Seam Roll.
  • Tailor’s Ham.
  • Sleeve Board.
  • Pressing Cloth.