3. Start ironing.
Always keep the iron moving; never let it sit still over any part of the garment. If there’s a stubborn wrinkle that refuses to iron out, spray some water on it and iron over with steam. Begin at the major areas and finish with the corners. Once you iron a section, move the garment away from you. If you move it towards you, it may wrinkle as you lean over it and possibly push it against the ironing board. Acrylic knits - since they can warp when wet and warm, let the fabric cool and dry completely before moving it. Corduroy - hold the iron just above the garment so that the steam thoroughly penetrates the fabric, then smooth it along the ribs with your palm. Pleats - hold them in place with paper clips (just be careful that the clips don’t snag or damage the fabric). Sleeves - use