Daughter-unit Beta, in a move of independence, put together a craft whereby
she needed my iron to help meld its pieces together. I'm fine with that,
especially since she /attempted/
to do it right by following most of the
Unfortunately, two things caused a problem: 1) not resetting the temperature
dial to a moderate heat, and 2) using wax paper instead of parchment as an
insulator. The high heat setting did indeed melt the beads together. Right
through the wax paper onto the bottom of my iron.
It's a stainless steel bottom iron with steam vents along the top "v." There
is now a 3" patch of wax paper infused onto it -- between the steam vents --
that I'd rather not have to scrape off.
Other ideas to remove this gunk?
"Grits are akin to Elmer Paste with less flavor and more sand."