Most of our videos are intended to help you through some of the problems you may have ironing or cleaning.

Others are there to demonstrate our products, showing exactly how good they are and how to use them.

Use the  breadcrumb train at the top of this section to navigate the topics - or you can see all at our YouTube channel DrCleanUK

On the right there's a welcome to our channel video - Thanks for watching.

Ironing Tutorials

Ironing is always best when you follow the same method for the same garment or item type. That way you learn a good and effective technique that you can repeat time and time again.

This section is divided into chapters, each dealing with individual ironing topics that you may need help with.

It's probably best to begin by looking at the basics, which will help you with both the equipment you need and basic ironing techniques, but you can skip to any specific playlist by clicking on the topic title in the list below:

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The Basics

The Basics

The tools you need and the method you use can save you time and improve the quality of your ironing.

Starting with the basics is always a great place to begin your ironing journey.

The Basics

Shirts & Blouses

Seeing someone in a nicely ironed shirt or blouse says a great deal about their personality. It's clear they want to look good and present a tidy image.

Shirts and blouses come in differing styles and are made in a huge number of fabrics. In this playlist you'll hopfully find the answer on how to iron your type of shirt or blouse.

The Basics

T'Shirts & Knitwear

Both T'Shirts and knitwear are knitted, they are normally made of different materials though. T'Shirts are generally made of Cotton or a Cotton / Polyester mix but can be made of many fibres, including silk. Knitwear is generally made of wool, wool mix or a synthetic fibre that mimics the qualities of wool.

The key to success is to iron T'Shirts and try to steam Knitwear. Both, however, have a tendancy to warp and bow during wear and when placed under steam.

This playlist should help you iron any problem you're faced with.

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Trousers & Shorts

Trousers and shorts come in many different materials and are used for many different reasons. Formal trousers are often made of wool or a wool mix (to add some protection against day to day use) whereas jeans, casual trousers and shorts are mostly made of cotton, or a cotton mix.

Our most popular videos are of ironing formal trousers, but you should find tutorials for any pair of trousers or shorts you need to iron here.

The Basics

Skirts & Dresses

Once again, shirts and dresses come in many styles and a huge variation in materials. We're aiming to give you the basic principals of ironing these garments, not exactly how to iron everything you may come across there are just too many variations.

Because a skirt or dress can have any number of features and be tailored in so many ways it's best to keep one thing in your mind.

However small the area - If you can only get that section flat then only do that small section.
The Basics


Formal jackets are quite difficult to iron because most are made of fabrics that need protction from the hot sole plate of the iron. Add to that the fact that you can't put a crease in the sleeves it makes them awkward.

If after viewing the videos you are still concerned please follow our maxim - IF IN DOUBT DON'T!
The Basics


Bedding is awkward to iron due to size. Dealing with that much material on a small ironing board means you have to be methodical.

This section will help you iron everything from Pillows to Duvets.