The Rowenta DW9280 Steamforce Steam Iron just might be the best steam iron for sewing and quilting. Come read my review and recommendation for yourself!
I don’t do product reviews very often, but I believe that when I find a product (like my InstantPot) that just blows my expectations out of the water, I just have to share with you. (I was not asked or compensated in any way to share this product review. All opinions are 100% my own.)
Read My Review on Kenarry
Today, however, I’m sharing the full product review, along with my sad steam iron story over on Ideas for the Home by Kenarry ™ .
In case you don’t know, I am a regular monthly contributor to Ideas for the Home by Kenarry and have been for a number of years now.
Why the Rowenta Steamforce is the BEST Iron for Sewing & Quilting
I do a lot of ironing! I not only like to iron some of our clothes as soon as they come out of the dryer, but I also iron a lot with my sewing. So, having an iron that works effortlessly, presses fabric easily and steams without leaking is really a BIG deal.
I honestly don’t know why I didn’t purchase a better quality iron years ago. And I don’t know how I ever got along without my Rowenta iron.
Features of the Rowenta Steamforce Steam Iron
Here are a few of my favorite features of the Rowenta DW9280 Steamforce Steam Iron. For a full list of features, please visit Ideas for the Home by Kenarry.
- 1800 Watts of Power
- 400 Steamholes
- Uses regular tap water
- Easy to use
Do I have your attention yet? If so, hop on over to Ideas for the Home by Kenarry for all the details on this amazing steam iron!
If you have questions about the iron, please leave them in the comment section below or on the Kenarry site and I’ll be glad to answer your questions.
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Do you have a favorite tool, like my Rowenta Steam Iron, that makes your sewing, quilting or crafting so much easier? If so, I’d love to hear about it!
Til next time…