The brand name of our iron is Shark. It was heavily discounted at a department store and although the brand name was not familiar to us, it has turned out to be an excellent iron and does not knock out the circuit all the time like our last Sunbeam model.
I only iron shirts, not work shirts though. They are so light, I chuck them in the clothes dryer and they dry in no time and don't really need ironing. I iron the shirts that I wear day to day when I am not working. I iron handkerchiefs too, which I rarely use for their intended purpose, but they just get grubby when carted around. R irons all of his clothes after they are washed and dried. There was the day when he used to iron all my clothes too.
On Saturday we are looking after Little Jo. I will host an experiment. I will set up the ironing board and iron a shirt. The question I will be looking for from Little Jo is, Auntie Andrew, what are you doing? I do know my sister and there is quite a good chance that Little Jo has never seen anyone iron clothes.