#Giveaway! Silicone Coated Ironing Board Cover (It’s Like MAGIC)

Clothes are an investment – not just financially, but also in terms of the vast amount of time that you’ve dedicated to finding just the right LBD, the perfect cascade cardigan, or those amazing pants that make you look 15 pounds slimmer! Luckily, taking care of that investment is easy when you have the right tools. Mine include a clothing shaver for pesky balls that appear on sweaters, an extra strength lint roller, and my absolute favorite, a silicone coated ironing board cover by Epica.

If you dislike the hassle of ironing, a silicone coated ironing board cover will change your mind. The silicone coated surface and extra-thick padding makes ironing easier, faster and safer.

First, a tough silicone coating handles high heat easily. So you can turn up the temp as high as you like and bid farewell to scorching, sticking and stubborn wrinkles.

For example, 100% cotton tablecloths have long been my personal nemesis. I absolutely love the look of crisp, white cotton, but getting a large tablecloth ironed properly was always next to impossible.

Now, I can use the highest temperature setting, plus the steam function, for a truly professional looking result. The silicone cover doesn’t absorb water droplets or spray starch, so the iron literally glides over the surface. No more bunching, clumping, or, worst of all, actually creating new wrinkles as I iron!

The Epica Silicone Coated Ironing Board is available on Amazon. But now, one lucky Susan Said… WHAT?! reader can win oneNext, the silicone coating doesn’t attract lint. I hand wash and block all of my wool sweaters, and with an old fashioning cloth ironing board cover, the fabric would pick up sweater fibers from one piece and deposit them on the next without a lint roller application in between. Not any more!

The silicone covered ironing board cover simply does not attract or hold lint. My chore is done is less time and with much better results.

And, the silicone coating actually reflects heat, so ironing is completed much more quickly. It’s almost like ironing both sides of your garment at once. No more flipping and then flipping again (and sometimes flipping again!).

Finally, the thick, integrated padding and secure Velcro means that clothes won’t bunch or shift as you iron them. For me, this has always been a problem, especially with the inseams of pants and the underarms of sleeves.

Although the Epica Silicone Coated Ironing Board cover won’t actually do the work for you (don’t I wish?!), it makes ironing far less frustrating.

The Epica Silicone Coated Ironing Board is available on Amazon. But now, one lucky Susan Said… WHAT?! reader can win one. To enter, simply use our easy Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is available for readers in the CONTINENTAL USA, aged 18+. Odds are determined by the number of entries received. Giveaway ends 11-30. Good Luck!

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    Rosie

    I don’t really have a favorite vacation destination, but I’ve always wanted to experience Paris – a perfect place to wear a twirly floral dress!

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    Rosie

    I love the bias cut and especially the neckline that dips. I always wanted to make one, but bias cut uses so much more material, and silk -ohh so nice! I have an open invite to Hawaii, but have never gone, I’d feel right at home in one of these nice dresses, and yes, perfect with a pashmina!

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