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Bfp4me2013 Posts: 760
http://www.ebay.ie/itm/OVER-DOOR-IRONIN ... _557wt_907 Trying to be organised. Anyone know where I could get one of these in Ireland? Would really appreciate it! Ta'
polkadot Posts: 312
http://shop.hsw.ie/more_product_info%20 ... ctID=PC016
Bfp4me2013 Posts: 760
Thanks a million polkdadot - I noticed that one just before you posted, and i'm not sure. I have the larger brabantia ironing boards - i can't zoom in on that photo but it appears to be for standard ironing board?? Thanks :-8
polkadot Posts: 312
Yeah i have a smallish board. Have u looked at ikea, argos, john lewis (they know deliver to irl but expensive)
Bfp4me2013 Posts: 760
Thanks PD. You're v good to go to bother of looking!! Looked at Ikea, Homebase, Homestore & more, B&Q and Argos. WIll check John Lewis Thanks again!
Bfp4me2013 Posts: 760
This might do the trick Can't figure out how it works though!! http://www.argos.ie/static/Product/part ... +BOARD.htm
PaniniRoses Posts: 3628
[quote="licious":8ec8wztf]This might do the trick Can't figure out how it works though!! http://www.argos.ie/static/Product/part ... +BOARD.htm[/quote:8ec8wztf] I would guess the iron goes in the basket and the board goes on the hooks...assuming your board has a yoke at the side where you rest the iron, like this one - http://www.argos.ie/static/Product/part ... +BOARD.htm Great idea, I must get one for our iron and board, they are driving me mad moving them around all the time.
Bfp4me2013 Posts: 760
OMG so blonde My ironing board doesnt have that bar across for it to hook too... At least i dont think so. I am tooo lazy to go downstairs n check now!!! LOL Thanks
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