Extreme Ironing Sports

The things that people do for fun sometimes is just bizarre.

Check out this sport called Extreme Ironing where these guys look for extreme places to iron garments.

Since its inception, this sport has spread across the world. It is now practised in Germany, Australia and Japan. It even boasts of a world championship.

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How to Remove Stains [Infographic]

Came across this beautiful infographic from Sheknows.com that shows you methods on how to remove different type of stains from your clothes.

These stains include: Coffee, tea, juice, wine, blood, rust, foundation, lipstick, deodorant, sweat, grass stains among others

Hack: How to Cut Ironing Time in Half

Came across this neat video from lifehacker.com that gives you a tip on how to save ironing time using an aluminium foil.

Basically what you do is place a strip of long aluminium foil under the ironing board cover and as you iron your clothes, the reflective heat from the foil simultaneously irons the underside of your clothes

Here are some comments made by people who watched this on Lifehacker.com.

Why not just by an ironing board cover with heat reflecting foil built in. This isn’t the 1940’s where my mother made her ironing board covers out of sheets – Taleigh

Here is another comment by Angeline Scott-Chavez

Great idea! We started doing this several months ago and it works like a charm. Just remember that you have to replace the aluminum foil at regular intervals – about once a month, when you wash your ironing board cover… or the foil will leach and stain your clothes.

Fortunately, at least with cotton, the stain is easily removable with just water and a little mild detergent

Artist Irons Fabric To Create Stunning “Paintings”

This gentleman by the name of Benjamin Shine has the rare talent of using an iron and frabric to create art.

Shine sculpts, presses and pleats huge single pieces of tulle, whose transparent qualities give the portrait more texture and depth.

By layering in this way, the artist obtains different tones and shadows that enable him to realistically depict everything from objects to portraits

Interesting huh?