Unscented Ironing Spray
London Laundry Very Proper Ironing Spray
This is not your auntie's starch. Garments are left crisp but not stiff and your iron glides with ease, busting through the toughest wrinkles. London Laundry is preferred by the world's most prominent manservants, chambermaids, tailors, and costumers.
- London Laundry leaves your clothes crisp but not stiff
- Adds body and life to make clothes look and feel new
- Added ingredients help your iron glide with ease and bust through wrinkles
- Expect less flaking than supermarket brands
- Non-aerosol and non-clogging
- 32 ounce bottle lasts for dozens of uses
Scent: Sans parfum...no added scent
Ingredients: Water, cellulose gum, fiber relaxers, and preservative
Instructions: Dial proper iron temperature & steam/dry setting. Apply spray 12 or more inches away for a light, even coat. Iron as usual & repeat for added crispness. Allow for adequate dry time before wearing the garment.
Tips: Not recommended for “dry clean only” fabrics. Should flaking occur, be calm and reduce heat. Flakes brush easily away once dry. Maintain clean soleplate by dragging warm iron across damp towel.
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This is a light sizing spray, I used it for linen napkins, and will be perfect for shirts.
I'm an avid quilter and costumer creator - both crafts need starch. However,in my years of sewing, and trying all different types of starches, those regular starches leave a lot to be desired: browning from a seriously hot iron on cotton, white flakes on dark fabrics that have a tendency to stick to the fabric, etc.
I've had no browning with London's...at all. I have had minimal flaking but it easily brushes off. This offers a fresh crispness that lasts longer than conventional starches. And, if I need a stiffer fabric I spray it several times.
Also, conventional starches have a tendency of making me itchy and this does not do that. So, I'm sold.
Please don't ever stop making it.
I really love this stuff. It was a light, but pleasant and distinct scent. The sprayer is reliable, durable and consistent in coverage. The bottle is large, but you could definitely place some in a smaller bottle, for travel for example. Leaves a great texture, and helps for smooth ironing.
Ease ofbuse. The sprayer actually worked and delivered a thin mist of product.
Spray starch flakes like dandruff if you accidentally over do or the nozzle spits. This doesn't do that in either case. Not as hard as starch but it gives good creases.
- No added fragrance
- Ergonomic comfort sprayer
- Made with plant-based cellulose that is less flaky than starch
- Uses a gentle preservative commonly found in body products like shampoo
- Has added ingredients that help reduce wrinkles
Start with a clean iron. If your iron is not clean, give it a polish by heating it up and gently dragging it across a hot towel. Prepare the garment to be ironed and dial the proper temperature on your iron to begin. Lightly mist the garment from about 12-18 inches away. Dispense a small amount of product to start, about 5 sprays per side. It is always better to add more product than to over-wet.
London Laundry Ironing Spray is great for dress shirts, tablecloths, blouses and quilting projects. Whatever you are ironing, simply apply the ironing spray and iron as usual. Always make sure to let the fabric completely dry before wearing. Wet fabric, if worn, will wrinkle. We do not recommend ever using this product on fabrics that are dry clean only.