Dritz iron-off Hot Iron Cleaner. Follow the directions on the tube, I swear by the stuff... it's available at our LQS!
Yep. It's the best stuff! And you know me and fusible web...I keep a tube on the ironing board!
A dryer sheet will take most goo off a hot iron.
I have also heard that salt on a brown paper bag (grocery, not lunch) works very well. Good luck, you'll be happy with your clean iron.
Well, let me add something completely different. I like the hot iron cleaner but it's smelly adn dangerous(the iron is HOT after all) I have been trying the Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. I wet it just a little and rub the bottom of the COLD iron and so far (I've done it or 4 times) it seems to be working just fine. After I scrub the bottom of the COOL iron, I would iron an old towel or something to make sure no residue gets on your good stuff.
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