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Puns2019

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Hi Guys

Looking to buy new Iron box for Home purpose. let me know which is good one.

I am not sure of difference between Dry iron vs Steam Iron that is available in market and would love to know which to opt.
 

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Dry iron is the regular traditional iron. Steam iron has a compartment to pour water which can be sprayed upon the clothes while ironing. The iron vaporizes the water to form steam which is useful in ironing wrinkles/cotton clothes.
 

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Dry iron is the regular traditional iron. Steam iron has a compartment to pour water which can be sprayed upon the clothes while ironing. The iron vaporizes the water to form steam which is useful in ironing wrinkles/cotton clothes.
thanks for the explanation. So Philips is a good choice to buy ?
 

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Philips is good brand for Irons , one of popular brands . some differences which were not mentioned earlier - as steam iron has to uses water it consumes more electricity to convert water into steam , it could end up consuming more electricity watts compared to dry iron. though its really useful in removing creases in clothes steam iron is not suitable for delicate clothes wool etc , dry iron has setting in it for silk or woolen cloth. have to careful to not to overfill water and keep some gap in steam iron . do check the watts consumption of iron .
 
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Philips is good brand for Irons , one of popular brands . some differences which were not mentioned earlier - as steam iron has to uses water it consumes more electricity to convert water into steam , it could end up consuming more electricity watts compared to dry iron. though its really useful in removing creases in clothes steam iron is not suitable for delicate clothes wool etc , dry iron has setting in it for silk or woolen cloth. have to careful to not to overfill water and keep some gap in steam iron . do check the watts consumption of iron .
well said. I went ahead with Philips :)

 
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