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Putting a buffer between the iron and leather is a great idea, and heavy brown paper is a good choice because it does not scorch easily. A grocery sack will work well, but make sure there is no print on it because the ink can transfer.
But even with a buffer, heat damage is a concern. Take a look at the other options. Irons produce a lot of heat and can easily damage the leather. Using the lowest possible setting will help minimize that risk, but it will not eliminate it completely.
Consider the other ways you can protect your garment. Ironing is not an ideal way to remove wrinkles because there is a high risk of causing heat damage. None of the methods above is sufficient on its own, and even combining two or three of the methods may not be enough. You should take all of the precautions described above if ironing is your only option.
Put your leather item that needs de-wrinkling on a hanger. Make sure to use a hanger appropriate for the garment. For items too large to hang, the pulling technique may not work. Try to avoid thin metal hangers as these may bend when put under stress.
Hang the garment somewhere sturdy. You will be pulling on the garment, so you need to hang it somewhere that can not only handle the force of the leather, but also withstand you pulling down on it. A beam in your closet, a coat rack, or other object meant for hanging clothes would be an ideal area. Avoid areas like small nails on the wall or pressure rods for curtains, as these are susceptible to failing when put under stress. Using your hands, pull lightly on the garment until the wrinkles relax.
Pull in opposite directions at the same time, meaning that if you are working on a vertical wrinkle, you should grab it from both the top and the bottom of the wrinkle and pull gently in both directions.
Relax your wrinkles by alternating pulling from the top and bottom and from both sides. Do not hold a pull for too long. The exact amount of stress a leather piece can take depends on the garment, but avoid pulling for longer than three to five seconds at a time to be safe. Let the leather rest for another three to five seconds before you begin pulling again. Understand that this method is intended for small wrinkles, not for larger wrinkles or creases. Method 1 Quiz True or False: You should hold a pull for approximately 10 seconds.
Get a fabric steamer. You can use an upright steamer or a hand steamer, but try to find one that is durable and well-regarded. Check online reviews and shop around before purchasing. They work for garments and shoes as well as larger items such as furniture. Set your steamer to a medium-low setting, and allow it heat fully. Test it out away from the leather before you apply any steam to the wrinkled item. Cold or barely-there steam would allow for quick condensation on your leather item, which create some damage.
If you are steaming a leather garment, hang it vertically. The steam relaxes the leather, allowing the natural weight of the garment to pull the wrinkles down and out. Use a hanger or the rack of your standing steamer.
If your leather objects are too large to hang, do not worry. The steam will still relax the leather enough for the wrinkles to settle. Use the steamer to apply an even coat of steam over the wrinkled parts of your leather. If possible, get both the inside and the outside of the wrinkled areas.
Be sure to hold the steamer four or so inches from the garment and only apply steam for a second or so at a time, moving over the garment in same fashion that you would with an iron. Do not apply too much steam at a time. This could damage the leather and possibly the seams of your piece. If you notice any moisture condensing on your leather because of the steam, take a clean, dry cloth and gently blot off the excess moisture. Method 2 Quiz What temperature setting should you use? Run the hot water.
Get your shower warm enough so that it is capable of fogging up the glass in your bathroom. If you have a means of monitoring temperature in your shower, keep the water at around F Allow the steam to build up. As it does so, close the door to keep any steam from escaping. Put your leather item on a hanger and leave hanging in the bathroom near to the source of steam, but far away enough from the shower that no water gets on the leather.
Leather is not intended to deal with large quantities of water. Keep your leather far enough from the shower that no water drops get on it. If you notice water condensing on the leather, gently blot it off with a clean, dry towel. Let the garment steam. Allow the garment to sit in the steam for as long as possible. Let it remain in the bathroom during the length of your shower, then allow it to hang in the bathroom a bit longer. Wait until the steam starts to dissipate and the bathroom starts to cool before removing the garment.
Do not let the bathroom cool completely. This will set the leather and stop you from smoothing out any remaining creases. When you're done steaming, lay out the garment on a flat surface and smooth it out with your hands. Pull stubborn wrinkles gently to relax them.
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