Precautions for the use of steam irons
Steam irons are high-powered appliances, so there are certain things to be aware of when using such irons. Pay attention to these matters, on the one hand, it is beneficial to avoid the phenomenon that the electric iron is damaged due to improper operation during the use of the electric iron product. On the other hand, it is also to ensure that the iron can work normally, so that it can play its own role. At the same time, for this kind of high-powered electrical appliances, you must pay attention to the safety of electricity when using them. It is forbidden to be able to cause damage to your body due to blind operation. From this point of view, it is very necessary to understand the precautions for the use of steam irons.
Since the electric iron is generally at least three hundred watts of power, it is necessary to use a thick wire to connect the electric iron, which can ensure sufficient capacity. At the same time, household electric meters must have sufficient capacity. Generally, a three-watt electric iron requires a 2.5-meter electric meter, and a five-watt electric iron needs a Sanan electric meter. For other higher power electric irons, the meter needs to be larger. When using the interval, it is important to pay attention to the state of standing upright for the placement of the iron. For example, it can be placed on iron insulation, ceramics, etc., so as not to ignite the items around you because of improper placement. For the collection of steam irons, be sure to protect the cable of the iron to prevent leakage due to breakage. To use the steam iron, follow the detailed instructions of the electric iron product you purchased. Do not operate blindly.
In addition to the above matters to be noted, when using a steam iron, be sure not to let the children at home get close to prevent the child from being burnt by touch. After using the iron, you must wait until it is naturally cooled before you can collect it. Never store it directly when the temperature of the iron is very high, so as to avoid unexpected accidents. The steam iron has a drip switch at the front end of the handle, and drops the water onto the iron plate once. When the temperature is high enough, the water vapor evaporated by the water is ejected from the nostrils, and the temperature of the iron plate is too low, and the water cannot evaporate to form a leak. Pressing the switch again will not leak.