A pressing fabric will be one of the least expensive and most used items in your ironing kit. It protects your fabric by preventing shine, preventing burning, and melting, and protecting your iron from fabric melting and sticking to the soleplate or poor quality printing being transferred to your iron.

PVC, faux leather, linoleum - these fabrics are difficult to press, but you need to be able to press the seams to get a nice finish.

Always use a pressing cloth when ironing on fusible seams; your seams will stick faster and more evenly, are less likely to start falling off during sewing, and best of all, you're never in the only position of your iron Glue on a molten joint!

Before steam irons were available, using a wet ironing cloth and a dry iron was the only way to generate steam. In fact, many tailors still opt for a wet iron and a dry iron rather than a steam iron to minimize any markings on the fabric.

A simple piece of unbleached or white cotton muslin is the basic and most commonly used pressing cloth, but you can go to town and collect a whole set of pressing cloths:

Cotton (not polyester/cotton - the polyester content will melt) muslin is a good general-purpose ironing cloth.

Muslin canvas is good for very delicate fabrics that can't take much heat but require a lot of pressing, using these damp cloths will also help with pressing delicate fabrics.

Silk organza sounds like a rather luxurious press, but it works, and you don't need clumps; its transparency is the main advantage - you can see more clearly what's going on under the silk organza press thing! It can also withstand high temperatures and has a nice smooth finish, which means no textured marks will be transferred to your fabric.

Haining Jiameida Warp Knitting Co., Ltd. is a custom sofa fabrics manufacturer in China. The company sells warp-knitted fabrics, etc. The price is reasonable and the quality is guaranteed.