Spring Blooms Ironing Board
Put a spring in your step with our ironing board which features a pretty, machine washable cotton cover. The sturdy steel frame makes it nice and stable, and the specially designed holder keeps the flex out of the way while you get on with the task.
Carriage Restrictions : This product cannot be sent to the Channel Islands, or any countries outside the UK.
Despatch : Express delivery orders for this item can take up to 48 hours.
Cat Ref: SKU 23385
Height adjusts from 46 to 97cm (18" to 38¼"). Surface 120 x 40cm (47¼" x 15¾"). 6.5kg.
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Customer Reviews - Spring Blooms Ironing Board
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easy ironing” by Mrs Marijke WILLIAMS
I bought this ironing board after browsing through the catalogue. It is a good height but think the cover could be more padded. Not easy to balance the iron on the holder but that could be the design of my iron. Not sure if the flex holder is that useful as it sometimes (the flex) catches in the holding area. Like the height and width which makes for easy ironing and the cover is very pretty.
Beautiful and useful!” by Sharon Mason
Bought this ironing board on a whim because I was seduced by the pretty pattern - but it's also sturdy, and much wider than my last ironing board, making it great for ironing bedding.Haven't used the cable holder yet, and I'd rather it was detachable as it gets in the way slightly.
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Poor, unsafe mechanical design” by Philip
On opening the box on arrival, the central 4 inch bare metal spindle, meant to hold the board's legs together as a pivot, had fallen out and the legs were thus disconnected. This spindle should have been designed to be firmly held in place by either a proper screwthread fixing, or be welded in place - instead it is meant to be held in place by a (very cheap) press-stud type friction cap - which had fallen off ours. This friction cap had lost its grip and so could not be safely reattached. I fear that this friction cap could easily work loose in use anyway, and may represent a real safety risk.
A note from the team: Thank you for calling us to discuss the problem you've found.We're sorry that you were disappointed with the iron board and hope you find a suitable alternative.