Tabletop Ironing Board Presswood Top, Blue Cover
This compact, tabletop ironing board is 31 x 12 inches, with the tapered nose and rounded end to still help iron shoulders and creases in shirts. It has no-scuff leg caps to protect your table, desk, or washing machine! The caps also help the board grip, for a sturdier compact ironing board. This collapsible tabletop ironing board brings you the ability to iron in a slim, compact design and makes ironing accessible for everyone. With two sets of legs that pop out or fold flat against the board, it has an extremely slim profile for storage almost anywhere, perfect for students or anyone who lives in a small space. The 100% cotton cover is removable and washable. The cotton cover protects a layer of foam, which protects the engineered wood that makes up the ironing board. Attached to the wood board are two metal legs that fold out easily to elevate the board. The legs have rubber caps on the end to help prefect scuffing of your tabletop or any other surface and increase stabilization. This tabletop ironing board comes fully assembled.
- Collapsible, space-saving 12" x 31" tabletop ironing board
- Legs fold flat for storage quick storage
- No-scuff leg caps protect surfaces
- 100% cotton cover (blue), 5 mm foam pad, and wood ironing surface
- Replacement cover (#1209) sold separately
- The board’s space-saving design makes it perfect for small spaces, travel, or anyone starting out with their first ironing board.
- Made of high quality cotton, plastic, particle board and metal.
- 31"D x 12"W x 3.25"H
3.25h x 12w x 31d inch
8.25 x 30.4 x 78.7 cm
|WARNING: For California Residents
The State of California has determined that this product can expose you to chemicals which are known to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to-www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/furniture.
Household Essentials Presswood Tabletop Ironing Board does best on a level surface. Countertops, dressers, or even the top of the washing machine! This is a sturdy presswood board. Still, we don't recommend excessive use of steam on it as moisture eventually affects the integrity of wood. Basically, too much steam and your ironing board will bend.
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