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Bosch Vario Comfort Steam Generator Iron Review & Giveaway


One of my least favourite chores apart from cleaning the bathroom has to be the ironing! I despise it and will often leave it for weeks or until I need the item of clothing to wear, which is rather naughty and lazy of me. However, now that Amelia is in school full time and I seem to be washing clothes daily I do iron her uniform and have started to iron the rest of our clothes too. 



Which is why when Bosch got in touch and asked if we'd like to put their new Serie 6 VarioComfort Steam Generator Iron to the test I jumped at the chance. Anything to make ironing that little bit easier and more enjoyable! The new steam generator iron from Bosch makes light work of creases and germs so I was eager to try it out and put it to the test! 


Initial thoughts on the Iron

When the iron was delivered I was shocked at how big the box was, especially seeing as I've always had a small iron. However, as soon as I unboxed the iron I was impressed but its appearance. It was lightweight to hold and aesthetically appealing. It was really simple to get set up, and by following the step by step instructions on the box I had it filled up and ready to go in minutes. 


My favourite features of the VarioComfort steam generator:

- The steam generator makes ironing super fast, in fact I have halved my ironing since using it. 

- The steam generator is easy to fill, simply by pulling out the lip and pouring the water in. It holds a lot of water (1.5 litres) which means you don't need to keep filling it up reguarly which I found really inconvenient with my previous iron. This also means I'll have more free time to do other housework.

- There are a number of different ironing programmes, 6 in fact to suit your needs whether you're ironing lingerie, linen, cotton or shirts. No matter what you're ironing, you'll get perfect results every time.

- The i-temp setting is my favourite to use as it offers an optimum temperature that suits all fabric meaning I don't have to keep changing the temperature depending on what I'm ironing. It simply recognises the fabric that I'm ironing and changes to suit that. This is great if you're not clued up on ironing different fabrics like myself!

- The iron has a secure lock system making it easy to use and safe to store and carry your iron. This is  also handy if you need to answer the phone or attend to the kids you know it won't get knocked over. 

- The ProHygienic setting removes 99.99% of bacteria on items of clothing and linen which is extremely useful if you have a house full of illnesses or have very young children. 

- It's light to hold the iron as it doesn't have any water in it as it's in the base of the steam generator rather than the iron which means you can iron for longer before your hand or wrist starts to hurt. 


I thought I'd show you just how easy it is to use the iron and the difference using a steam generator makes so below are some items of clothing I used to put the steam generator to the test! The iron takes 2 minutes to heat up and then I was ready to go...



I hate ironing shirts and almost always end up still having creases in them, however with just one glide of the iron with the VarioComfort steam generator the shirt was completely crease free! The iron is also smooth-gliding and has a scratch resistant soleplate which is great as my previous iron was getting a bit worse for wear!


Here we have a pair of shorts which I used on the i-Temp setting again meaning it would recognise the type of fabric and adjust accordingly. I started ironing them after switching from the shirt and it automatically changed the amount the steam which was released. Again, it was completely effortless to iron only needed to iron on the one side and the steam went through to the other side. 


Next up we have some jeans, again without changing the settings as soon as I glided the iron across the steam generator adjusted and knew that I was ironing jeans so released less steam. I also love the fact that I only need to iron one side reducing my ironing time. 


Switching back to cotton fabric and the iron knew straight away the type of fabric it was ironing, I was fully expecting it to burn the top after going from ironing jeans to cotton however it was fine and didn't stick at all. 


Lastly is one of Amelia's P.E shirts, I usually have to iron this a couple of time on each side to get the creases out but with just one glide of the iron it was completely crease free! 

The Bosch VarioComfort Steam Generator Iron is super easy and simple to use. It just glides over even the most creased fabric and makes light work of the ironing pile. I ironed everything on the i-Temp setting so I wouldn't have to keep adjusting the settings, however I have ironed a few different items of clothing and linen and it's great to have so many different programmes to use. I also love the Eco button as it means I can save money on my water and electricity bills, bonus!


The Bosch VarioComfort Steam Generator Iron is a little pricier than your standard iron at £299.99 but it's defintiely an investment especially if it's going to cut your ironing time in half! You also get a free ironing board worth £69.99 when you buy your Bosch VarioComfort Steam Generator Iron from Curry's. So to sum it up, if you love or hate ironing you'll love this iron as you'll cut your ironing time in half and I'd highly recommend it to anyone! 


Fancy getting your hands on a Bosch VarioComfort Steam Generator of your own, I have teamed up with Bosch who are offering one of my lucky readers the chance to win one! All you need to do is enter via the Rafflecopter below. Good luck! 

a Rafflecopter giveaway
* We were gifted a Bosch VarioComfort Steam Generator for the purpose of the review. All thoughts and opinions are our own and 100% honest.

268 comments

  1. I hate ironing when it's hot outside because it makes me feel bad! :D

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  2. I do love ironing when I get into it but I hate putting ironing away after

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  3. Looks amazing.You are very lucky to have the chance to have one

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  4. This sounds so good. I like to make ironing slightly more bearable by watching You Tubers on the iPad whilst I do it.

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  5. I hate how time consuming and boring ironing is!x

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  6. I hate that I leave the ironing to mount up and before I know I have a mountain taking over the lounge, the worst part of ironing is hubby's workwear and son's school shirts

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  7. I hate that my boys just end up throwing on their bedroom floor anyway

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  8. i hate ironing shirts they always seem to look worse than when i started

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  9. I hate having to separate the pile into different fabric types for different temperatures. There's always something delicate in the 'hot iron' pile!

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  10. I don't mind ironing, but hate having to iron big things like curtains that seem to take forever.

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  11. I hate stubborn work shirts! Hopefully this iron will sort that problem right out!

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  12. I hate the time it takes as I do a load at a time!

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  13. I don't mind ironing if I have the tv on to watch or music to listen to. Ihate ironing shirts and blouses though!

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  14. As long as the pile isn't too high I don't really mind doing it.

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  15. Ironing pleats on my little girls school uniform, I had some silly bright idea that buying guide pleated skirts and dresses would be fine lol. We're now weeks in to her first time at primary and ironing pleats is a art form I still haven't mastered lol. They will not win mind 😂

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  16. I hate ironing as I am useless it, my Wife caught me ironing shirts that I had left the hangers in, I thought it would save time.

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  17. I love that your clothes look neat & flat once ironed but I do dislike ironing I think mostly because we are in a very hard water area & the irons soon get blocked up with scale

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  18. I hate that I slave over an hr ironing the boys clothes and very quickly they look like they have been rolled up into a ball

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  19. I hate it when my husband asks me to iron something 10 minutes before he needs it. And if I refuse he'd rather wear it creased than iron it himself! X

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  20. I hate... everything about it, I seem to leave stuff more creased.

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  21. I hate ironing shirts, i always crease them x

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  22. no matter how much i iron my son's shirts i can never get the creases out grrrrr

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  23. I hate ironing - this would enable me to zip through it in half the time! Fingers crossed

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  24. I hate how long ironing takes, always seems such a chore!

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  25. I hate the faff of getting the board out, waiting for the iron to heat up. infact every aspect of ironing is a chore!

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  26. I'm the same as you never ironed until the boys started school. Now I'm doing it every day. I hate this chore!

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  27. I hate ironing shirts or blouses or anything fiddly, this looks like it would make life much easier.

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  28. { don't mind ironing it is just takes so long because I have so much of it.

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  29. I love being able to watch a film/catch up on TV while ironing but hate doing my husbands shirts!

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  30. I love being able to watch a film/catch up on TV while ironing but hate doing my husbands shirts!

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  31. I like getting the creases out but hate how long it takes!

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  32. I dislike ironing and get so annoyed that when I want to wear something nice you can guarantee it will need ironing.

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  33. I dislike ironing and get so annoyed that when I want to wear something nice you can guarantee it will need ironing.

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  34. Not keen on ironing but its one of those jobs I try to get done as soon as possible after washing is dry.

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  35. I enjoy ironing to music. It almost feels like dancing :)

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  36. The way I have to keep topping up the water really annoys me plus my iron leaves lime scale all over things. Love the feeling you get when the mountain disappears though :) x

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  37. I enjoy ironing while watching my favourite soap on tv.

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  38. Ironing takes me hours especially having a big family their is a huge bundle of clothes to iron

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  39. I don't enjoy ironing much but it would be a lot easier with a much better iron like this. You can guarantee that whatever anyone wants to wear it is totally scrunched up!!

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  40. I hate all ironing & I am useless at it! :)

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  41. It's all the faffing I hate, setting the board up, fillng with water, getting the coathangers, then putting it all away afterwards - the ironing itself I don't mind.

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  42. I quite like ironing - love the look of piles of clean smooth laundry - Im not into the 'crumpled' look

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  43. I'm one of the few that love ironing! I find it so therapeutic!... Mind you, my iron is around 12 years old, so I'd love to win a new one X

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  44. It gives me my space to relax and plan the next day
    Mariel Pereira

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  45. I love having nicely ironed clothes and hate having to do it.x

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  46. I hate doing school shirts especially now my teenager buys his own designer ones I'm scared I'll mark them!I always do my ironing on a Sunday morning it's my routine I loathe it though if iv been out the night before I always get distracted or make a coffee and it seems to take twice as long!

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  47. I used to enjoy it, used to find it relaxing doing the ironing while watching TV. But now with two younger children that like to change 4-5 times a day, theres always more, you think you've got the washing and ironing out the way, then you walk past the wash bin and its full again - its part of one of those chores that never end.

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  48. I hate ironing to make it bearable I put on some music or catch up on the TV I haven't had chance to watch during the week. It helps the time go quicker

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  49. I like to listen to the radio while ironing - its a great way of relaxing

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  50. Spencer Broadley24 October 2016 at 07:12

    I'm not a fan of ironing, but whilst I am doing it I watch some favourite sitcoms on telly which helps alleviate the chore

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  51. It gives me chance to catch up on some tv, I hate ironing duvet covers

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  52. I hate ironing shirts, they take so long to do.

    Kelly Glen
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  53. I hate ironing generally! Especially things with pleats - they always end up looking worse than they did before ironing when I iron them!

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  54. I don't mind ironing but have to be in the mood ..... I prefer to get it all done and away rather than just iron when I need to although I have to say if I can dry it and put away without ironing I do ��

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  55. I hate ironing but do always try and keep on top of it by ironing every time I do a wash. T-shirts are the worst - then my son will just screw one up and put it in his bag for a spare!

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  56. I hate ironing! If I can get away with not going it I will avoid it. However this prize could help! @bexallum on twitter

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  57. Ooh this would help flatten our way through the mountains. . all we need is the enthusiasm to do it but. . maybe not with this whizzy little beauty. :-)

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  58. I love feeling the warmth and looking at how nicer things look once i have ironed them

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  59. Love: front and back of shirts
    Hate: EVERY OTHER PART OF SHIRTS

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  60. I hate that Its takes so long with my value iron

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  61. I love ironing as I can watch TV at the same time

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  62. i hate when youve had shirts in the dryer and they come out even more creased ! so even more ironing this is a great giveaway and fab review too looks great x

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  63. I hate how long it takes to get creases out I seem to go over it loads before I see results 😕

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  64. I actually don't mind ironing, one of my preferred chores, it just takes so much time!

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  65. I find ironing therapeutic, time to dream away.

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  66. Ironing is my least favourite job around the house so anything that makes it easier would be fantastic - I especially hate shirts because there are just so many different parts to be ironed! I now try to do it more often as there's nothing as bad as an enormous heap of clothes waiting to be ironed xx

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  67. I love seeing the clothes once there iron its so satisfying to get all those creases out

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  68. i love smell our clothes fresh clean and ironing makes them more great looking and feeling.i love ironing.what i hate is that it take a lot of time.but if i win this iron i will ironing all of our clothes in a hour xoxo

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  69. I quite like ironing, I stick on a movie and iron while watching it :)

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  70. i don't mind the ironing, its quite a nice feeling to have everything done and in the drawers :)

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  71. I always do it in front of the tv so it's not too bad

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  72. I seem to be good at ironing more creases into clothes

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  73. Love it as gives me a chance to collect my thoughts

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  74. Aso my husband is a tradesman I have always regarded Bosch as one of the quality electrical goods manufacturers. I would over this iron as it looks like it is designed with the same style and quality that I associate with the brand.

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  75. I love the fact that you have this massive pile of scruffy clothes toiron and then it goes down to a small pile and it makes me feel so organised

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  76. I quite like ironing, it must be my OCD. Having said that, I'd rather be doing something else.

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  77. I hate ironing I wear a uniform for work and need to iron almost every day.

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  78. sandra bonthrone24 October 2016 at 11:56

    i don't mind it if there isn't too much :) gotta have some music on though while i toil.

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  79. I hate my iron :( Its a very cheap and poor iron but I love clothes after they have been ironed haha

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  80. I FIND IRONING VERY RELAXING AND SATISFYING

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  81. i really really hate ironing, especially shirts and jeans

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  82. I hate ironing but will do it while watching a good film

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  83. I hate ironing my hubbys shirts apparently they never look like theyv'e been ironed! i do try!

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  84. l like doing the ironing theres nothink more satifying than all neat ironed washing all done

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  85. l like doing the ironing theres nothink more satifying than all neat ironed washing all done

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  86. The only thing I like about ironing is that it warms me up! xx

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  87. I see ironing as a necessary chore!

    Heather G

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  88. I hate ironing. It takes far too long, and gets boring fast.

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  89. hate ironing, have to do it everyday for work- yuck

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  90. I dread the ironing I hate everything about it lol, anything to make it easier would be great :)

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  91. I love the smell of fresh clothes when I iron but hate putting it away!

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  92. I used to like ironing but now I have to iron for 5 family members and it builds up so quickly that I now get fed up.

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  93. I hate ironing so I don't tend to iron that much, but I do like uncreased clothing so I tolerate it for some clothes.

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  94. I love ironing as it gives me time to think.

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  95. I hate ironing! Especially the big stuff like curtains! This would make it much easier!

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  96. I don't do any ironing, the other half does it all.

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  97. I hate doing the bedding but don't mind doing t shirts

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  98. I love ironing as long as the kids are in school because then I get to watch what I like on T.V. I actually drag the ironing out a bit then because I can watch my programmes but I don't feel guilty because I'm also doing the housework :)

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  99. I hate ironing. My partner wears a shirt to work so I always have those damned thing to iron! Your opening paragraph about apart cleaning the bathroom.... I hear you sister! But little one has just started school too and the washing/ironing seems to be now everyday!

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  100. I iron every day almost, might enjoy it with a new iron :)

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  101. I iron every day almost, might enjoy it with a new iron :)

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  102. My work shirts drive me mad whilst ironing them

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  103. The only thing i like about ironing is the fact it can be done whilst watching tv!

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  104. I used to iron literally everything but i don't like Ironing now its so tedious. Though I must say yours looks great

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  105. I love Ironing I find it relaxing

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  106. I LOVE ironing - it's therapeutic for me and I can go out the way and do it in peace as I know nobody else likes it, so they wouldn't dare disturb me!

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  107. Sometimes I don't mind ironing, other times I can't be bothered.

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  108. I don't really mind ironing but dislike putting it all away afterwards!

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  109. I actually quite enjoy ironing but i only do a few items at a time so that's probably why :')
    Abigail R

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  110. I love ironing I find it very therapeutic and relaxing

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  111. I hate how time consuming and boring it is.

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  112. I absolutely hate ironing. I think it's the most boring job ever and a big waste of time.

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  113. Whilst it's not my favourite hobby I do find it quite therapeutic. I just switch off and get rid of creases! :)

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  114. I just hate standing around for ages! It's so boring!

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  115. I hate it with a passion.. clothes if dried correctly don't need ironing! .. I've not ironed for over 15 years! ... If I need a certain item doing than I go ask my 83 year old neighbour .. that's who I'm entering for

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  116. I don't particularly hate ironing, but it's a long job and that can be tedious!

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  117. I can't stand the utter tedium of ironing the same old clothes over and over. If I had brand new stuff every time then it would be a pleasure I reckon to keep them in A1 condition...but that's never gonna happen is it! Oooh look - here's my partners fave tatty shirt again... ;)

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  118. I hate ironing, never can get enough heat etc., to straighten out the creases!

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  119. I hate having to stand and iron, gives me a sore back!

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  120. I am not a fan of ironing so buy things as much as possible that have creases fall out in the dryer. I iron just before the kids wear to be honest as otherwise it ends back up creased on their floordrobe.

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  121. It's not the actual ironing that I don't like - I find it quite relaxing - it's just getting the time to be able to do it!

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  122. I hate ironing, it gives me such a bad back, I tend to do it sitting down.

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  123. if i have time i domt mind it i catch up with tv while doing it

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  124. I do not like ironing shirts but I am getting better at it...otherwise I love this chore

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  125. I love ironing bed linen such as bed sheets as I like the crisp feel of them once they are ironed.

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  126. Ironing is actually one of my biggest pet hates but I have only ever spent £40 max on an iron so maybe with a decent one it wouldn't be such hard work! Haha!

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  127. I hate ironing fitted sheets, I can never do the corners neatly, and I also hate trying to fold them.

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  128. It gives a nice fresh feel to your clothes

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  129. I like it because it's one of the few household chores I can do while watching my favourite shows on the telly

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  130. I love nothing and hate everything about it :)

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  131. I just hate how long it takes and all the other (better) things I could be doing!x

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  132. I don't mind ironing as long as I have something good to watch on TV. I love to see the bottom of the basket, and it still amazes me when I put all of Isabelles school uniform away how grown up she seems since she started school

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  133. I love it when it is finished... although I do take great pride in ironing everything.

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  134. I hate how long the ironing takes!

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  135. I hate ironing the things that are usually hung up eg shirts, skirts, blouses etc which are more awkward to iron. I don't mind things that are just folded and bedding

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  136. Any item that makes life easier is a #win #win with me !

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  137. strangely to others but I hate that I cant manage it so my husband has to take time every weekend to do it. I wish I could manage it in the week so he could be with us more

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  138. I don't mind doing the ironing aslong as the musics on.

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  139. There is nothing like seeing my children smart in their uniform because it's been ironed carefully. I don't love ironing and I'm always seeking away to make it less of a chore, but I do love the results.

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  140. i love ironing gives me great satisfaction in seeing clothes look neat and ironed

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  141. I hate absolutely nothing about ironing it is by far my favourite job in the house and I love doing the ironing. I usually watch a film while ironing and just love the smell of freshly washed clothes and they look all neat after ironing

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  142. Hate everything about it, usually wait until it's a big pile before doing it.

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  143. Now my son has started secondary school, I have loads of shirts to iron and they're a pain

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  144. I hate the fact that I am not very good at it.

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  145. I hate the fact it takes soooo long!

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  146. i LOVE HOW CALMING IT IS BUT WITH 6 OF US i HATE THE AMOUNT i HAVE!

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  147. I love ironing as it restores order to my home

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  148. I can either be an incredibly onerous chore or quite relaxing - depending upon what mood I'm in.

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  149. shirts - I hate them! They all get left at the bottom of the ironing basket

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  150. I actually don't hate ironing at all :) strange I know haha. I have even been known to take the clothes my daughter is attempting to iron and do it for her(which she loves, because she hates ironing) x

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  151. I hate the fact that how ever long I seem to spend on each item, they never end up crease free!

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  152. I don't like how long it takes when the ironing builds up.

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  153. I have to listen to music or watch my favourite TV show whilst ironing as I hate how mundane it is .

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  154. I hate ironing the kids stuff just for them to not to put it away..aaahh

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  155. I love when there's a small basket to do as can be quite relaxing but hate on a Sunday night when searching through the massive ironing mountain because I've let it built up to try and find 3 kids school uniforms and work clothes lol

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  156. If it's a small amount I enjoy it as it relaxes me. I tend to do little and often so I don't get fed up with it.

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  157. I hate ironing my husband's work shirts, although I must admit he does a lot of the ironing at home, so I don't do them often.

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  158. I really really hate ironing shirts.

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  159. To be honest I absolutely hate ironing but have seen this advertised and wanted to give it a go, my least favourite are shirts, I seem to iron in creases!!!

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  160. Ema Reader-Powney8 November 2016 at 13:25

    I hate how long it takes, and having to iron certain items over and over again. Such a bore chore, but yet I love to iron at night with a film on or programs on catch up :D

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  161. What I love about Ironing is ........ when the ppile is finished

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  162. I hate how long it takes and how you can never seem to get all the creases out

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  163. Hate it! Hate spending my evenings doing it!

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  164. Hate it as i have a rubbish iron and takes ages also the fact my daughter's dont know how to put it away folded xx

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  165. I hate ironing my husbands work shirts but apart from that i love it

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  166. I hate ironing full stop so anything that would make it more enjoyable, quick and easy would be most welcome!

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  167. I love how soothing it is to get all the creasing out of my clothes, especially my boyfriends trousers.

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  168. I love that... I don't have to do the ironing haha... My boyfriend does ours as I work xx

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  169. I don't mind ironing as such but I have a bad wrist and my iron is quite heavy which means after about 15 mins I have a fair amount of pain

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  170. I have managed to avoid ironing most of my life. I loathe it as opposed to hate... however since having my daughter I realise its something thst is no longer unavoidable. on the plus side this iron seems fantastic, so fingers crossed!!!!

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  171. Its such a chore. Wrestling the ironing board out of the understairs cupboard. Doing the pile. The worst items are the big sheets and duvet covers. The best bit putting music on and having a singsong.

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  172. I hate how long it takes, but that's because I use a traditional iron so I really fancy this prize!

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  173. I enjoy ironing whilst listening to the match on the radio,

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  174. There's not much I love about ironing but I do love having more clothes in my cupboard to choose from

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  175. It takes too long....but it would be a breeze with an iron like this.

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  176. I hate it all - that said a nicely pressed top does feel nice

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  177. I hate getting the ironing board out although once I start ironing I don't mind it

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  178. I absolutely loathe ironing, with having all boys you can imagine the washing. Get lol, when doing my ironing I always make sure I have plenty of my favourite programs to watch, it takes away some of the pain 😂

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  179. i hate ironing so i try to keep up with it so i dont have a massive amount to do.

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  180. I hate that it's never ending. I only seem to see the bottom of my ironing pile briefly before it's full again.

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  181. I hate ironing with a passion. Its the most boring chore ever! This iron look great though and would surely speed up the process :)

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  182. I hate the fact my iron and ironing board are useless so most of the time iron on the floor. I really must purchase a new one but with a toddler and baby on the way there is always something more important to buy x

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  183. I've always quite enjoyed ironing, easy enough to do with the TV on. Having nicely pressed clothes is strangely satisfying. I can't do it often recently though as my MS is giving me muscle weakness in my arms.

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  184. There's nothing I love about ironing, I loathe it, if clothes don't look okay without then I don't wear them. I tell a lie, there is something I love about ironing.. whem someone else does it for me!

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  185. I hate how it seems to be never ending!!

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  186. I love the fact that I don't have to do it....and this is why I'd like to win it, for someone else :)

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  187. really need a new iron lol , bit of music while ironing is good x

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