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Old 03-06-2017, 07:44 AM   #1
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Ironing board

Hi, just wondering if anyone has found a smaller size ironing board for their Class A motorhome? We are traveling for 3-4 months and my husband will still be working so need to find a small ironing board. Thank you for any suggestions
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We used to carry a small table top ironing board. There are a couple of choices on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Polder-Deluxe.../dp/B0000TQGZO

Also available at places like Target, Bed, Bath&Beyond, etc.
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Old 03-07-2017, 08:18 AM   #3
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We just have a full sized one stored under the bed.
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We carry a table top one under the bed. We purchased it for our son to use in college and when he graduated he didn't need it anymore. We got it from Walmart https://www.walmart.com/ip/Honey-Can...-of-2/19247017 Cheap but does the job for the few times we'll use it.
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I had 2 small ones. Threw them both out. Don't even own an iron anymore. Don't see any value in ironing shorts and tshirts. Gotta love this simple lifestyle
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My wife is a quilter and we carry all the supplies for her to be happy while traveling. I made a combo cutting board and ironing board. On one side is an Olfa cutting mat and on the other is a double layer of ironing pad base from local fabric store covered by heavy duty canvas. She can cut and iron to her hearts content. She's happy and as a result I'm happy.
The board is constructed with a base of 3/4" plywood. Make it the size of the Olfa pad you like.
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Old 03-07-2017, 03:26 PM   #7
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We also use a tabletop ironing board. It serves the purpose for the little ironing we have to do on the road.
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We went to Wal Mart and got a metal 3/4 sized board that had a frame to hang it over a door. For the most part it's some what sturdy but I didn't like the way it flexed when ironing on the end of it. So I took a broom handle and cut 1 piece to fit across the inside of it right before it started to curve. Then cut the rest of it to length for the vertical leg portion. Used wood screws to attach the cross bar to the board and also the vertical leg to the cross bar. Then used an old cargo strap to keep the leg from sliding out forward on the floor. Also put a rubber tip on the end of the leg.
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My wife wants to know what an ironing board is?
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